The Kent and Canterbury Hospital, Canterbury provides a range of elective and planned care as well as treatment for minor injuries and illness.
The hospital is located on the outskirts of the City of Canterbury. The original part of the main hospital building was constructed in 1937, with later developments undertaken on site in the1960s.
This hospital provides a central base for many specialist services in east Kent such as renal, vascular, interventional radiology, urology, dermatology, neurology and haemophilia services.
Kent and Canterbury Hospital has a postgraduate teaching centre and staff accommodation.
For more information please visit www.ekhuft.nhs.uk/kentandcanterburyhospital