1940s: The original Victoria Hospital joins the NHS.

1958: A group of local GPs in Kingston upon Thames decide to fund a Hospital to treat private patients. The local community donate enough to buy Coombe Lodge and the hospital is awarded charitable status. 

1970s and 80s: Colville Wing, Alexandra Wing named after HRH Princess Alexandra, X-ray, physiotherapy areas and new operating theatres are built.

1990s: We buy a neighbouring house to provide more parking, a new physiotherapy department and offices. 

2001: Our new imaging department is established providing digital fluoroscopy, mammography, ultrasound, bone densitometry, CT and MRI scanning.

2007: Short spell in private ownership.

2012 – 14: The hospital is bought back by its original charity foundation, restoring our charitable status. We extensively refurbish Colville and Alexandra Wings and acquire a state of the art MRI scanner.

2016: We build the double height Name of wing to house three new operating theatres, an Endoscopy theatre and a Day Surgery Unit. Plus add a new Imaging Suite with 128 Slice CT Scanner with cardiac diagnostics.

2019: A new entrance and reception area is created. We increase outpatient facilities with a cardiac diagnostic room, five treatment rooms and 12 consulting rooms. On 11 May 2019, HRH Princess Alexandra officially opens this new wing

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