The nearest local Accident & Emergency departments are:
Patient transport can be provided by contacting:
Tel: 01588 638038
Fax: 01588 638350
Bishop's Castle Community Hospital is a small 16-bed hospital in southwest Shropshire.
It has a garden room extension and exemplary palliative care suite that has received local, regional and even national recognition.
Outpatient services include:
The hospital provides care for local patients who do not need to be admitted to an acute hospital, or have been transferred from an acute hospital for rehabilitation or recovery following an operation, or who need palliative care.
Local GPs may admit patients into inpatient and outpatient services. Patients can also be transferred from acute hospitals for rehabilitation before returning home.
Please help us to protect our patients. If you have any symptoms including diarrhoea, vomiting, nausea, raised temperature, headache or aching limbs, please do not visit the hospital until you have been free of symptoms for 48 hours.
Please ensure you use the hand gel provided on entering and leaving wards and departments.
Hospital visiting times are 10.00am - 8.00pm. Visiting outside of these hours is by arrangement with the nurse in charge.
The hospital has free, yet limited parking for visitors.
Bishop's Castle Hospital offers in-patients a choice of traditional food provided by the adjacent Coverage Care residential home. Special diets are catered for on request.
The hospital has protected mealtimes that protect patients from unnecessary and avoidable interruptions. This helps to enable our staff to provide patients with support and assistance with meals - placing the patients' mealtimes as a priority in their day.
The patient wards are same-sex accommodation with bathrooms.
These are flexible by arrangement with the nurse in charge.
Bishop's Castle Pharmacy
Tel: 01588 638408
Tel: 01588 638220
Fax: 01588 630900
The hospital is split into two areas: In-patients and Out-patients (both are clearly signposted)
This page, "Bishop's Castle Community Hospital", was printed from Shropshire Community Health NHS Trust Web site at www.shropscommunityhealth.nhs.uk, on Sunday 22 September 2019.