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Hexham General Hospital

Hexham General Hospital
Corbridge Road
Northumberland
NE46 1QJ
0844 811 8111
http://www.northumbria.nhs.uk/menu.asp?id=232726
From the A1 Leave the A1 at the junction with the A69 and A186 and join the A69 for approximately 17 miles, by-passing Corbridge. Once past Corbridge, leave the A69 at the next large roundabout. (signposted to Hexham) Follow the signs into Hexham, then turn left onto the A695, Corbridge Road (signposted to Corbridge). The Hospital is located on the right-hand side.
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On-site car parking is available.
Disabled parking is available.

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Hexham General Hospital is near the town centre of Hexham, Officially opened in January 2004 the state of the art £28 million hospital was designed by specialist healthcare architect American Jonathan Bailey. It replaces the original war-time emergency medical hospital and now offers the population of Tynedale a stunning new environment in which improved services and facilities can be provided.


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You can talk to PALS who provide confidential advice and support to patients, families and their carers, and can provide information on the NHS and health related matters.

Patient and Public Involvement Lead: Maureen Harwood Tel: 0191 203 1352 Patient and Public Involvement allows patients to be involved in decisions about their care and lets communities be involved in their local health service. Information for Patients What should you bring to your appointment?Two night-dresses or pairs of pyjamas; Dressing gown; Slippers; Two towels; Toiletries; Your medicines; Spectacles; Walking or Hearing Aid. Please bring these with you marked with your name. Please keep the number of clothes you bring with you to a minimum. We strongly advise you not to bring any valuable items, including credit cards, or large amounts of money.

0191 203 1352
Patient and Public Involvement allows patients to be involved in decisions about their care and lets communities be involved in their local health service.

Two night-dresses or pairs of pyjamas; Dressing gown; Slippers; Two towels; Toiletries; Your medicines; Spectacles; Walking or Hearing Aid. Please bring these with you marked with your name. Please keep the number of clothes you bring with you to a minimum. We strongly advise you not to bring any valuable items, including credit cards, or large amounts of money.
We welcome visitors to the hospital, visiting times will vary from ward to ward. Please contact the ward for further information.

There are a number of services which stop directly outside the hospital. Please telephone Traveline 0870 608 2 608 for up to date bus information.

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