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Worcestershire Royal Hospital

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Useful information

Visiting times and information

Worcestershire Royal Hospital,
Charles Hastings Way,
Worcester, WR5 1DD

01905 763333

Radiotherapy centre construction works - Worcestershire Royal Hospital

Steel works

From Monday 4 August part of the pedestrian footpath between the visitor car parks and the A&E department at Worcestershire Royal Hospital will be blocked off. 

Access to and from the department will still be possible via a signposted zebra-crossing route. Works are due to be completed by the end of August.

www.worcsacute.nhs.uk/news/radiotherapy-construction-works

We apologise for any inconvenience while we complete construction work for a new radiotherapy unit.

Want to see how the building works are getting on? Visit our facebook photogallery.

We want your experience with us to be as relaxed and comfortable as possible. We have designed this section to provide useful information for anyone coming to the hospital, whether as an inpatient, outpatient or visitor.

Visiting times and contact details for specific wards can be found under ward information.

Please use the links on the left-hand side of this page to find out more about Worcestershire Royal Hospital.

About Worcestershire Royal Hospital

Worcestershire Royal Hospital is the latest of the Trust’s three sites.  The main hospital was built under the private finance initiative (PFI) and opened in 2002.  It provides specialist services for the whole of Worcestershire including stroke services and cardiac stenting.

The hospital has nine operating theatres including four laminar theatres.  It has a level 2 neo-natal intensive care unit and a cardiac catheterisation laboratory.  The 24/7 Primary Percutaneous Coronary Intervention (PPCI) service began in October 2013

It has 500 beds and serves a population of more than 550,000.

Our plan for the Worcestershire Royal is for it to specialise in more complex and tertiary services for patients from across the county, giving them access to services that they would previously have had to travel out of county for.