How many beds does Worcester Royal Hospital have?

How many beds does Worcester Royal Hospital have?

Worcestershire Royal Hospital/Number of beds
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.

How many hospitals are there in Worcestershire?

Worcestershire Acute Hospitals NHS Trust
Establishments 4
Hospitals Worcestershire Royal Hospital The Alexandra Hospital Kidderminster Hospital and Treatment Centre Evesham hospital (Burlingham ward)
Chair Sir David Nicholson KCB CBE
Chief executive Matthew Hopkins

Who is in charge of Worcester hospital?

Matthew Hopkins – Chief Executive Matthew Hopkins joined the Trust as Chief Executive on Monday 14 January 2019.

How much is parking at Worcester Hospital?

Parking on-site is currently free for all patients and visitors. The Trust operates both a ‘pay on foot’ and a ‘pay and display’ car park charging system.

When did ronkswood hospital close?

It eventually closed in 2002 with the arrival of Worcestershire Royal Hospital, about half a mile away on the opposite side of the road and the old site is now covered by housing. But there were plenty of twists and turns along the way.

Who opened Worcestershire Royal Hospital?

Worcestershire Royal Hospital is the latest of our three sites. The main hospital was built under the private finance initiative (PFI) and opened in 2002.

How old is Worcester hospital?

History. The original hospital, known as the Worcester Infirmary, was built in 1771. A new wing of the hospital which included operating theatres, an orthopaedic department and pathology department was opened by the Prince of Wales in 1932.

Is Malvern minor injuries Open?

The Minor Injury Units in Malvern and Bromsgrove remain open and the Minor Injury Unit in Kidderminster is working under reduced opening times as publicised last week, these are 8am-8pm. This means that the staff who currently work at the MIUs can be redeployed to other accident and emergency departments.

Does Worcester have a park and ride?

Worcester Sixways Park and Ride (M5 Junction 6) (Warriors Way, Worcester)

How much is it to park at Kidderminster Hospital?

The cost of parking at Kidderminster Hospital is as follows: Up to one hour: £2.50. 1 – 2 hours: £3.70. 2 – 4 hours: £4.50.

When did Worcester Royal Infirmary close?

WORCESTER ROYAL INFIRMARY Worcester Infirmary operated from this site from 1771 until 2002 and in that time observed many advances in healthcare and innovation.

Can you just turn up at MIU?

If you turn up unannounced at the MIU, you will be assessed but could be directed elsewhere or given an appointment later that day or the next. If you have an injury that is not life-threatening, you can get help from a minor injuries unit (MIU) rather than going to an A&E department.

What are the services of Worcestershire Royal Hospital?

It provides specialist services for the whole of Worcestershire including stroke services and cardiac stenting. The state-of-the-art Worcestershire Oncology Centre opened in January 2015, providing radiotherapy services for cancer patients, the first time these services have been available in the county.

Where are the acute hospitals in Worcestershire located?

Worcestershire Acute Hospitals NHS Trust provides hospital-based services from three main sites – the Alexandra Hospital in Redditch, Kidderminster Hospital and Treatment Centre, and Worcestershire Royal Hospital in Worcester.

When did Worcestershire Royal Hospital oncology open?

The state-of-the-art Worcestershire Oncology Centre opened in January 2015, providing radiotherapy services for cancer patients, the first time these services have been available in the county. The hospital has nine operating theatres including four laminar theatres.

When did the new hospital in Worcester open?

It became the Worcester Royal Infirmary at that time. A new hospital was procured under a Private Finance Initiative contract to replace the Worcester Royal Infirmary in 1999. The new hospital was designed by Anshen Dyer, built by Bovis Construction at a cost of £85 million and opened in March 2002.