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Coronavirus (COVID-19) - Visiting to our Hospitals is restricted
In order to protect patients, the public and our staff we are introducing restricted visiting on all of our wards and patient areas until further notice.
We recognise the importance of contact between patients, their families and carers, but we are taking the following measures to prevent the spread of infection.
Nevill Hall district general hospital was opened in 1969 and provides inpatient, daycase and outpatient services together with a complete range of investigations. The hospital is a designated major trauma centre with an Accident and Emergency department.
|Community Child Health Services||Cardiology||Oral Surgery|
|Ear Nose and Throat||Opthalmology (including day case surgery)||Oncology|
|Oral Surgery||Dermatology||Plastic Surgery|
|Psychiatry||Integrated Cross Sectional Imaging||Clinical Genetics|
At weekends the facilities of the outpatient department are used by local G.P.s for the holding of their surgeries.
The following individual departments have achieved awards:
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.
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.