If you would normally choose to visit the Royal Berkshire Hospital in Reading it might be worth considering the Royal Berkshire Bracknell Healthspace as an alternative. The Healthspace is also located closer to home for many Wokingham residents. It is easily accessible by car and public transport – there is a bus stop right outside and it also has plenty of free parking. For many people the overall journey time door-to-door from your home to the clinic is likely to be quicker with less traffic in Bracknell than Reading.
As well as offering cancer care such as radiotherapy and chemotherapy there is renal care including dialysis. We also offer a range of other outpatient clinics such as audiology, breast care, bariatric (weight loss), cardiology, fertility, general surgery, endocrinology, ENT, neurology, ophthalmology, dermatology, renal, trauma & orthopaedics, rheumatology, urology, elderly care, haematology and vascular clinic.
The services are consultant-led and our on-site pathology service means that we can carry out a range of tests. A drop-in blood test service is available Monday - Friday from 8am – 4pm; just bring the form you have been given by your GP.
Our diagnostic service offers x-ray appointments which can be booked in advance by calling 01344 662928.
The clinic also offers free Wi-Fi, a welcoming coffee shop and friendly staff. All of the services are delivered to the same high standard as those offered at the Royal Berkshire Hospital in Reading.
Bracknell Healthspace is situated on the north western corner of the A329 London Road/A322 Broad Lane roundabout junction in Bracknell. There is a bus shelter with seating outside Bracknell Healthspace on Broad Lane. This is served by First Bus route 155 which operates to Bracknell town centre every 30 minutes throughout the day.
Bus routes 191 and Green Line 701/702 operate around the corner from the Healthspace along London Road with bus stops.
Pedestrian and cycle links are also provided to existing footway and cycle networks fronting the site.
Car parking, including disabled-only spaces, is available for patients on the ground level and will be free of charge. Cycle and motorcycle parks are also available on the ground level.
Public toilets are located on both the ground and first floor and there is a nappy change facility on the ground floor. A Changing Places toilet equipped with hoist and shower is available on the first floor. Please ask at Main Reception for access to this facility.
Wheelchairs are available from the building main entrance. Please use your mobile to call the Bracknell switchboard number if you need a wheelchair brought to your car or any other assistance to access the building.
There is a public telephone on the ground floor in the main entrance lobby that takes debit or credit cards and coins.
Royal Berkshire Bracknell Healthspace
01344 662 900