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Nevill Hall Hospital

Brecon Road
Tel: 01873 732732

Please note- there is no Emergency Department at Nevill Hall Hospital. Life-threatening emergencies must go to The Grange University Hospital.

Nevill Hall Hospital provides first-class care to the residents of Gwent and South Powys. It provides a wide range of services with a  focus on delivering general and routine care, including:

  • A 24/7 Nurse-led Minor Injury Unit

  • A Medical Assessment Unit

  • Day Surgery - Surgery where you are operated on and discharged on the same day

  • Rehabilitation and Therapy Services - Services like Physiotherapy and Speech and Language

  • Diagnostic Services - Assessments, Scans and X-Rays that are needed for investigations including MRI and CT scans

  • A wide variety of Specialist Outpatient Clinics

  • An Enhanced Frailty Unit for the care of older people

  • 213 Inpatient beds

  • Children’s Outpatient appointments

  • Maternity Services

  • Haematology Day Care Services

Care for Minor Injuries is provided by Nevill Hall Hospital's Minor Injury Unit, which is run by our Emergency Nurse Practitioners.  Emergency Nurse Practitioners are experienced Clinical Professionals who specialise in the management of Minor Injuries. 

They will be able to treat you if you have a broken bone, a sprain, bruise, wound, small burn, bite, or a minor eye or head injury and many other injuries. This service will be available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

The Grange University Hospital provides specialist services for our most seriously ill patients or those with significant injuries, and it is the designated trauma unit for Gwent. It is likely that if you need to be cared for at The Grange University Hospital, you will be directed there by a Healthcare Professional or taken there after calling 999.

What is a Medical Assessment Unit?
If you have a medical emergency or severe illness that needs to be diagnosed then you will be referred to one of our Medical Assessment Units. Doctors working in these facilities will run tests and assess you before deciding on the best course of treatment for you. You can’t walk into a Medical Assessment Unit – you need to be referred by your GP, a Paramedic, or another Medical Professional.

Most of our patients who are referred to a Medical Assessment Unit go home on the same day. Those that need admission to Hospital for further care will be moved to one of our Wards. Some patients may move to a different Hospital to receive the care they need.

Caring for Children 

Nevill Hall Hospital has a dedicated Outpatients Department for Children, which provides Clinic appointments with a play area. Our Specialist Centre caring for children with disabilities is also situated at Nevill Hall Hospital.

Emergency care for children under one year old takes place at The Grange University Hospital. Children over one year old should still attend Nevill Hall for Minor Injuries.

Maternity Services 

For care before and after birth the Nevill Hall Hospital provides antenatal and postnatal clinics led by consultants and midwives.

For more information about birthing options available please see Maternity Services 12 Week Engagement - Aneurin Bevan University Health Board (

Getting you the right care
If your health deteriorates whilst you are being treated at Nevill Hall Hospital and you need access to the Specialists or Critical Care provided at The Grange University Hospital, we will transfer you there via our dedicated patient transport service.

Find out more about the range of services available at Nevill Hall Hospital:
  • Outpatient Appointments
  • Diagnostics
  • Consultant In-reach
  • Heart Failure Clinics
  • Cardiac Rehabilitation
  • In-Patient Beds
  • Medical Assessment and Elderly Frail Unit
  • Outpatient Clinics
  • Wide range of routine Outpatient clinics
  • Diagnostics (Through MIUs in the future for children over one year of age)
  • Elective day case surgery (eg tonsillectomy / adenoidectomy)
  • Phlebotomy
  • Paediatric colposcopy

Critical Care Outreach

  • X-Rays
  • CT Scans
  • MRI Scans
  • Mammography
  • Ultrasound
  • Nuclear Medicine
  • Outpatient Appointments
  • In-Patient Beds
  • In-Reach to Assessment Units / Ambulatory Care and Wards
  • Outpatient Clinics
  • Outpatient Appointments
  • Routine Surgery and Procedures - Specialist Audiology Services
  • Specialist Audiology Services
  • Outpatient Appointments
  • Routine Surgery and Procedures - Elective Endoscopy
  • Gastro Ambulatory Care Unit
  • Endoscopy Services
  • Infusion Service
  • In-Reach
  • Outpatient Appointments
  • Routine Surgery and Procedures
  • Sexual Health Services
  • Ultrasound
  • Urodynamic Diagnostics
  • Day Cases
  • Ambulatory Care
  • Colposcopy
  • Midwife led
  • Delivery suite - Midwifery Led Unit
  • Antenatal care
  • Post Natal care
  • Birthing pool
  • Antenatal and Fetal medicine
  • Neonatal clinics
  • Adult Crisis Liaison Service
  • Older Adult Service
  • Learning Disability Liaison Service
  • Outpatient Appointments
  • Routine Surgery and Procedures
  • Outpatient Appointments
  • Routine Surgery and Procedures
  • Minor Oral Surgery
  • Routine Outpatient Services
  • Diagnostics
  • Local Fracture Clinics
  • Routine Surgery (Day Surgery)
  • Routine Procedures
  • Elective Surgery and Ward (for patients needing an overnight stay)
  • Elective Day Case Surgery
  • Elective Clinics
  • Out of Hours response for head and neck
  • Haematology
  • Biochemistry
  • Point of Care Testing
  • Coagulation
  • Planned Operations (Elective) - day case elective
  • Day Surgery
  • Outpatient Appointments
  • Outpatient Appointments
  • Sleep Service
  • Routine Surgery and Procedures - Procedures
  • Asthma Care
  • Pulse Oximetry
  • Lung Function Testing
  • Cancer Rapid Access Clinic
  • General In-Patient Beds
  • Bronchoscopy
  • Pleural Procedures
  • TB Service
  • Outpatient Appointments
  • In-Reach
  • Minor Injuries
  • Medical Assessment Unit (including short stay ward) - Selected take in hours
  • Diagnostics
  • Fracture Clinics
  • Outpatient Appointments
  • Routine Surgery and Procedures - Day surgery
  • Flexible Cystoscopy
  • Day Cases
  • Elective Unit
  • Outpatient Appointments
  • Day Case Provision

Travel, Parking and Facilities

New site map currently under review

Nevill Hall district general hospital was opened in 1969 and provides inpatient, daycase and outpatient services together with a complete range of investigations. 

At weekends, the facilities of the Outpatient Department are used by local GPs for the holding of their surgeries.

The following individual departments have achieved awards:

There is also a Post Graduate Medical Centre on site (opened January 2002) which hosts multi-disciplinary training in a range of specialties as well as providing specific teaching for doctors in training. Recent events include:
  • a number of all-Wales seminars and symposia
  • hosting and invigilation of the examination for G.P. Registrars from all over Wales
  • the highly acclaimed 4 monthly M.R.C.P. course
  • a series of practical tutorials for G.P.s
  • a Presentation Skills course for overseas doctors run jointly with Gwent Tertiary College

Please be aware that the lack of car parking capacity is a fundamental problem at Nevill Hall Hospital and regrettably, a vacant parking space cannot be guaranteed for anyone visiting the site. We are currently seeking a solution to this problem to try and relieve the pressures. In the meantime, we recommend where practicable, patients be driven or accompanied when attending for an appointment; the drop off point near the main entrance can be utilised for patients to alight prior to drivers finding a parking space.  Alternatively the public transport facility which drives in and out of the site for the convenience of patients and visitors, can be utilised.

Blue Badge parking is available is available adjacent to Accident and Emergency, and in the main hospital car park.

Please do not park in the roadway, or on double yellow lines.
Parking at Nevill Hall Hospital is free.

Nevill Hall Hospital
Brecon Road

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Restaurants are Currently Staff Only

Due to Government advice concerning social distancing and other restrictions placed around Covid-19, it has regrettably been necessary to prohibit all visitors and members of the public from using the restaurant facilities at all of our hospital sites.

We very much regret the inconvenience this may cause to visitors and outpatients attending hospitals. However, we feel sure that you will understand that these measures are essential to protect our frontline NHS workers from the risk of infection within the community.

We appreciate your patience and understanding at this crucial time.


A buffet bar in the main outpatients department is run by the League of Friends and is open 10:00 - 16:00

A shop in the main concourse is run by the WRVS and opens 10:00 - 18:00

The dining room on the first floor is open for hot meals. (Breakfast - 7:00 - 11:00 & Lunch / Dinner - 12:00midday - 18:30). Vending machines for drinks and snacks are available at all other times, in the coffee lounge situated off the dining room.

Trolley services to the wards providing some books, toiletries, newspapers etc

The hospital chaplains (Anglican/Free Church/RC0 visit wards regularly, arrangements can be made for outside clergy visits.

There is a small ward available for private patients

Where Patientline is not installed there is a mobile phone for outgoing calls, and usually a lounge with TV.