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Llandrindod Wells Memorial Hospital (Llandrindod Wells)

Type of Facility:   Community Hospital
Address: Temple Street, Llandrindod Wells, Powys LD1 5HF
Telephone: 01597 822951
Telephone:Getting Here:

The hospital is located on the main A483 through Llandrindod Wells.

For detailed bus times please visit http://en.powys.gov.uk/bustimetables or www.traveline.cymru

There is a railway station with connections to Builth and Knighton.

Parking: Car parking is available on site including disabled access spaces.
Facilities:

The main facilities at Llandrindod Wells Hospital include:

  • Outpatient Facilities
  • Inpatient General / Medical Ward (Claerwen Ward)
  • Inpatient Elderly Mental Health Ward (Clywedog Ward)
  • Midwife-Led Birth Centre
  • Minor Injury Unit
  • X-Ray Facilities
  • Therapy Services
  • Minor Surgery and Endoscopy
  • Dialysis
Claerwen Ward: Claerwen Ward provides general medical, rehabilitation and palliative care services.
Clywedog Ward: Clywedog Ward provides elderly mental health services,
Visiting Times: Visiting times are 1400-20.00.
Urgent Care:

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. 

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.

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