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RVS Shop – meadow level (1)

The shop is inside the main entrance on meadow level (1) and sells newspapers, magazines, cards, flowers, confectionery, snacks and gifts.

Opening times:

  • Monday to Friday 08:00am – 08:00pm
  • Weekends 10.00am – 8.00pm
  • Bank Holidays 10.00am – 5.00pm

Costa Coffee – meadow level (1)

Situated inside the main entrance on meadow level (1), sells a range of hot drinks, sandwiches and pastries.

Opening times:

  • Monday to Thursday 7am – 8pm
  • Weekends 7.30am – 7.30pm

Rivercourt restaurant – river level (0)

Serves cooked breakfasts, lunches and supper as well as a selection of hot and cold drinks, salads and sandwiches.

Opening times:

  • Monday to Friday 7.30am – 7.30pm

The breakfast service runs from 8am until 11am and the main meal service runs from midday right through until 7pm. A selection of snacks, sandwiches and hot and cold drinks are available at all times. There is a Feastpoint vending machine available for meals and snacks out of hours.

All our shops and restaurants accept card/contactless payments.

Free WiFi

Patients and visitors to our hospitals can now benefit from free WiFi.

NHS WiFi will provide a secure, stable, and reliable WiFi capability, consistent across all NHS settings. It will allow patients and the public to download health apps, browse the internet and access health and care information.

Patients and visitors who wish to access the free WiFi during their visit will need to sign up by filling in their details on the free WiFi landing page. Choose “NHS Wi-Fi” in your Wi-Fi settings on your smartphone, tablet or laptop to access the landing page.

George Marshall Medical Museum

The George Marshall Medical Museum is located inside the Charles Hastings Education Centre, a short walk from Worcestershire Royal Hospital’s Main Entrance. The Museum is free to enter and open Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm (excluding Bank Holidays and over Christmas).

The Museum looks after over 10,000 artefacts of medical history including the death masks of executed criminals, a Victorian apothecary shop and a reconstruction of a Victorian surgery. There is a lively programme of activities and events, with visits by many local community groups and school groups studying Medicine through Time. Get in touch on 01905 760738 or www.medicalmuseum.org.uk.

Opening outside of normal hours can be arranged with prior notice. Please note charges may apply for workshops, talks and tours.