Visiting the hospital
We welcome friends, family and carers to visit patients in either of our hospitals. To safeguard the health and wellbeing of our staff and patients please:
- Clean your hands on arrival at the hospital and when entering or exiting a ward
- Wear a face mask whilst you are in the hospital.
How many visitors?
The Trust actively supports Johns’ Campaign and our carers commitments, and invites carers to visit patients at any time to support their relative or loved one whilst they are in hospital.
Most inpatient wards
Each patient on inpatient wards can have two visitors per bed space for the visiting hours of that ward, normally 3-5pm and 6-8pm. Please check with the ward you are visiting.
Emergency Department, Outpatients, Day Surgery Unit and Trinity Ward
Patients can have one visitor per patient.
Paediatric (children's) wards
Patient's in children's wards can have one relative at any time to visit, as well as other immediate family during the visiting times: 3-5pm and 6-8pm.
Patient and guardians can visit the Neonatal Unit at any time. Other family members can visit 2-7pm. Parents will book visiting slots (1 hour slot per family) for them with the nurses in advance.
Alderbourne - Telephone 01895 279 739
Acute Medical Unit - Telephone 01895 279940
Beaconsfield East - Telephone 01895 279740
Bevan Ward - Telephone
Churchill - Telephone 01895 279693
Drayton - Telephone 01895 279520
Enhanced Medical Care Unit - Telephone 01895 279695
Franklin - Telephone 01895 279508
Grange - Telephone 01895 279511
Hayes - Telephone 01895 279511
Jersey - Telephone 01895 279173
Kennedy - Telephone 01895 279802
Lister - Telephone 01895 279480
Pagett - Telephone
Surgical Assessment Unit - Telephone
Stroke Unit - Telephone 01895 279480
Mount Vernon Hospital
Daniels - Telephone 01923 844 679
Trinity Ward - Not currently open to visitors
Trinity Day Care Unit - Not currently open to visitors
Stay in touch
You can now email a patient on one of our wards, or speak to them by video call on iPhone or iPad. To contact a patient, please email to us at email@example.com. We will print out the email and hand deliver it to the patient, or arrange a video call with them.
The e-mail must include the patient’s full name, date of birth and the ward, if known. All messages will be managed in the strictest confidence.