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Coronavirus - Changes to our services

Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, some of our non-urgent services have been temporarily suspended and others are operating with reduced hours. Find out about service changes here.

Day surgery

The Day Surgery Unit sees patients that choose to come to Bridgnorth Hospital for a minor operation that can be conducted under a local anaesthetic. Patients are referred to the service by the GP or consultant.

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The Day Surgery Unit operates Monday to Friday and has no specific opening hours, as appointments are arranged in line with the specific consultant-led sessions.

The Day Surgery Unit does not undertake all types of operations. It also does not undertake operations that require patients to have a general anaesthetic.

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Our services

The below services are offered at the Day Surgery Unit and can be carried out on patients as day cases (this means no overnight stay required)

  • endoscopy diagnostic services
  • vasectomies

We also undertake day surgery operations in the following specialties:

  • general surgery
  • gynaecology
  • orthopaedics
  • podiatric (foot) surgery

New patients

All surgery is conducted under local anaesthetic.

Services we do not offer

The Day Surgery Unit does not undertake all types of operations. It also does not undertake operations that require patients to have a general anaesthetic.

Where are we?

Bridgnorth Community Hospital
Northgate
Bridgnorth
WV16 4EU

Contact us

Contact us

Clinical Services Manager
Rachel Mole
Tel: 01746 762641

Email the team

Who are we?

Shropshire Community Health NHS Trust provides day surgery services at Bridgnorth Hospital, in a newly refurbished day surgery unit.

As part of the refurbishment programme the Day Surgery Unit now includes:

  • Improved patient facilities and enhanced infection control, including hand hygiene facilities and redecoration of the unit
  • Replaced hand hygiene facilities with new hand wash basins that are fully compliant with requirements and a new scrub sink to improve infection prevention and control compliance
  • Relocation of the Automatic Endoscope Reprocessor within the unit (this is a piece of equipment used to disinfect endoscopes)
  • Replacement of the previous flooring in the procedure rooms to meet infection prevention and control requirements
  • Purchase of new theatre equipment including endoscopy camera equipment stacks to improve the facilities available to patients
Next review due: 1 September 2020