The Worcestershire Royal Hospital The Alexandra Hospital, Redditch and Kidderminster Hospital are a group of three hospitals working together under the umbrella of Worcestershire Acute Hospitals Charity, registered charity number 1054612
We put patients first in everything we do, by supporting the services of Worcestershire Acute Hospitals Trust. Key to achieving this is the communities we serve. We continually support and strengthen our relationships internally within the Trust and its staff, and externally with our patients and the public
Worcestershire Royal Hospital is the latest of our three sites. The main hospital was built under the private finance initiative (PFI) and opened in 2002. It provides specialist services for the whole of Worcestershire including stroke services and cardiac stenting.
The hospital has nine operating theatres including four laminar theatres. It has a level 2 neonatal intensive care unit and a cardiac catheterisation laboratory. The 24/7 Primary Percutaneous Coronary Intervention (PPCI) service began in October 2013.
It has 500 beds and serves a population of more than 550,000.
The Alexandra Hospital in Redditch was opened in 1985. The hospital is the major centre for the county’s urology service. The hospital has eight operating theatres, MRI and CT scanners and cancer unit status for breast, lung, urology, gynaecology and colorectal cancers.
There is a multi-disciplinary education centre with library, teaching and study areas. The plan for the Alexandra Hospital is to increase the amount of planned elective activity carried out at the hospital, especially in orthopaedics.
It serves a population of approximately 200,000 and has over 300 beds.
Kidderminster Hospital houses the Kidderminster Treatment Centre which offers outstanding clinical facilities and patient accommodation for a wide range of day-case, short stay and inpatient procedures.
The nurse-led minor injuries services is open 24 hours a day and treats more than 24,000 patients every year. It can deal with a wide variety of injuries including simple fractures, soft tissue injuries, lacerations, bites, burns and scaled.
Other facilities at the Kidderminster site include a full range of outpatient clinics – including outpatient cancer treatment in the Millbrook Suite – MRI and CT scanners and a renal dialysis unit.
Address: Evesham Community Hospital, Waterside, Evesham,
Worcestershire, WR11 1JT
General Enquiries: 01386 502449
Address: Princess of Wales Community Hospital, Stourbridge Road, Bromsgrove, Worcs, B61 0BB
General enquiries: 01527 488000
Address: Malvern Community Hospital, 185 Worcester Road, Malvern, Worcestershire, WR14 1EX
General enquiries: 01684 612600
Address: Tenbury Community Hospital, Worcester Road, Tenbury Wells, Worcs, WR15 8AP
General enquiries: 01584 810643