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Find your way around Worcestershire Royal Hospital

Worcestershire Royal Hospital is made up of several buildings. The main ones for patients and visitors are:

  • Main Building
  • Aconbury East
  • Aconbury West
  • Worcestershie Oncology Centre
  • Charles Hastings Education Centre 
  • Worcestershire Breast Unit

The main hospital is on four levels: River Level (Level 0), Meadow Level (Level 1), Woodland Level (Level 2) and Sky Level (Level 3). Wards, clinics and other patient facilities are on levels 0, 1 and 2. Sky Level (3) is office accommodation only.

The main entrance is at the front of the hospital and opens onto Meadow Level (Level 1) due to the nature of the site (The hospital is built on the side of a hill which means that there are also 'ground level' entrances to Accident and Emergency which is on Level 2 and River Level (Level 0).

Please note - recent ward changes:

  • Severn Unit – the vascular ward moved from level 0 to the old Hazel Unit on level 2
  • Beech Head and Neck ward - relocated to Hazel Unit and will be known as Hazel Head and Neck
  • Medical Short Stay ward - moved from level 2 down to Severn Unit on level 0
  • GP Out of Hours - moved from Sorrell Suite to exterior entrance next door to A&E

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Map of Worcestershire Royal Hospital

Aconbury 

Aconbury East and West are separate from the main hospital building. Aconbury East includes Evergreen Ward and the Diabetes Centre.

Aconbury West is an integral part of the hospital. The first floor has accommodation for the Woodside Suite, Orthotics, Physiotherapy, Speech and Language therapy, Occupational therapy and Nutrition and Dietetics.

The ground floor house the Ophthalmology (eye) department and the Highfield Rheumatology Unit.

Charles Hastings Education Centre

More information is available from The Charles Hastings Education Centre (CHEC) website.

wrh chec

The George Marshall Medical Museum is situated on the ground floor of the Centre.

More information about the museum is available from http://www.medicalmuseum.org.uk/.