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Information for disabled patients and visitors

The department is fully accessible to clients with physical and or sensory impairment.  Facilities include lift to all floors, induction loop and adjusted height reception area.

Parking at the hospital is very limited, although we will try out best to help disabled patients and visitors arriving by car.  If someone is bringing you in a car, you can be dropped off outside the department.  Waiting in the vehicle is restricted to 30 minutes at these drop-off points.

Currently disabled parking spaces are available in the following areas:

Wolverton Centre 2 bays
A & E (Car park 3) 3 bays
Physiotherapy Department (Kingston Surgical Centre) 4 bays
Maternity Unit (rear of building) 2 bays
Esher Wing 5 bays
Day Surgery Unit (Car Park 2) 2 bays
Bernard Meade Wing (Car Park1) 5 bays
Pain Clinic 2 bays
Maple Unit 2 bays

Cars displaying valid, current, disabled badges may also park free of charge in the hospital’s pay and display car parks.

 

Interpreters

If English isn’t your first language and you need an interpreter for your visit, please advise a member of the reception team on your arrival.  The Wolverton Centre uses a telephone interpreting service called Language Line.