|Type of Facility:||Community Hospital|
|Address:||Temple Street, Llandrindod Wells, Powys LD1 5HF|
The hospital is located on the main A483 through Llandrindod Wells.
There is a railway station with connections to Builth and Knighton.
|Parking:||Car parking is available on site including disabled access spaces.|
The main facilities at Llandrindod Wells Hospital include:
|Claerwen Ward:||Claerwen Ward provides general medical, rehabilitation and palliative care services.|
|Clywedog Ward:||Clywedog Ward provides elderly mental health services,|
During the COVID pandemic we are operating restricted visiting hours, please see this page for further details.
Advice for common ailments is available from your local pharmacist and from the NHS 111 Wales website at https://111.wales.nhs.uk/
Check your local GP practice for information about minor ailment services provided at your medical centre.
The Minor Injury Unit is currently open 0700 to 0000 (midnight) seven days a week.
Minor Injury Units in Powys are able to treat adults and children aged 2 years and over.
All Minor Injury Units currently operate on a “phone first” basis. All patients are asked to phone before attending so that we can provide you with a telephone assessment and advice, and book you in for an appointment as appropriate. These arrangements are in place to keep you safe and keep our staff safe:
The nearest 24-hour Accident & Emergency Departments are in Hereford and Abergavenny.
|Outpatients:||The Outpatients department provides a range of outpatient clinics including visiting consultants from district general hospitals, nursing and therapies.|
|No Smoking:||The site is a no smoking area and smoking is strictly prohibited on hospital premises.|