Shotley Bridge Community Hospital Shotley Bridge County Durham DH8 0NB 0191 333 2333 http://www.cddft.nhs.uk Turn off the A1 via the A694 sign posted for Consett, travelling through Rowlands Gill, Hamsterley, Ebchester, then into Shotley Bridge. The road bears round to the right, follow this road for about 1 mile passing through a small shopping area. After the zebra crossing take your 2nd left into Queen's Road sign posted for Shotley Bridge Hospital. No
Shotley Bridge Community Hospital
On-site car parking is available.
Disabled parking is available.
ankylosing spondylitis, bone cyst, bursitis, cartilage damage, cervical spondylosis, fibromyalgia, frozen shoulder, irritable hip, joint hypermobility, kyphosis, lupus, osteoarthritis, paget's disease, physiotherapy, polymyalgia rheumatica, rheumatoid arthritis, scoliosis, slipped disc, sports injuries, talipes, tendonitis, tennis elbow Shotley Bridge Hospital is operated by County Durham and Darlington NHS Foundation Trust (CDDFT). This hospital, near Consett, has 69 beds for inpatient and day case surgery patients with a range of clinics in partnership with University Hospital of North Durham. It also has a nurse-led minor injuries unit which is open from 8am to 8pm every day.
0191 333 2323
You can talk to PALS who provide confidential advice and support to patients, families and their carers, and can provide information on the NHS and health related matters. The Patient Advice and Liaison Service (PALS) is a confidential, one-stop service which aims to improve services to NHS patients. PALS does not replace the existing complaints procedure - further information on how to make a formal complaint is available from PALS. PALS can be accessed by patients, their relatives, friends and carers using health care services within County Durham. The Trust can arrange for face-to-face or telephone translation services for non-English speaking patients. British Sign Language and Lip Speaking translation can also be arranged for the deaf and hard of hearing
01325 743087 Patient and Public Involvement allows patients to be involved in decisions about their care and lets communities be involved in their local health service. The Patient Advice and Liaison Service (PALS) is a confidential, one-stop service which aims to improve services to NHS patients. PALS does not replace the existing complaints procedure - further information on how to make a formal complaint is available from PALS. PALS can be accessed by patients, their relatives, friends and carers using health care services within County Durham.
Visiting times vary for each Ward. Please contact the Ward directly for details.
From April 2006, the national requirement is that there will be free bus travel in local areas for people over 60 or people with disability. For further information contact Durham County Council on 0191 383 3337.