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Townlands Memorial Hospital

The Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust offers a wide range of Outpatient Services at Townlands Memorial Hospital to help provide care closer to home to the population of Henley and South Oxfordshire. Patients can access any of the services via referral from their GP or other healthcare professional.

Services we offer include Audiology, Surgery, Cardiology, Midwifery, Dermatology, Elderly Care, Gastroenterology, Gynaecology, Paediatrics, Pain Management, Ophthalmology and Orthoptics, Radiology, Trauma and Orthopaedics, and Urology.

Visiting Information

All visitors to clinical areas must:

  • wear a face mask (we will provide one for you if you don’t have your own)
  • use hand gel or wash their hands with soap and water

Getting Here


An 'Automatic number pate recognition' (ANPR) is in place to ensure the limited spaces available are used by hospital patients and staff.

There is limited parking on site. During peak periods it is often difficult to find a parking space. Please take this into consideration when deciding how and when you travel to the hospital.

Patients, including blue badge holders must enter their number plate into the tablet at reception, which will then provide free parking.


Townlands Memorial hospital is approximately a 15 - 20 minute walk from Henley railway station.


Bus 153 Connect Henley goes from Henley town hall and stops in the hospital grounds.

The bus service from Reading will stop in Henley town centre which is approximately a seven minute walk to the hospital.

Bicycles & Motorbikes

Cycle racks are also available on the ground level.

Motorbikes can park alongside the bike racks.


  • Public toilets are located on the ground, first and second floors.
  • There is nappy change and baby feeding facilities on the ground floor.
  • Guest Wi-Fi provision
  • Coffee Bean - serving takeaway coffee and other refreshments
  • Disabled changing facilities
  • Disabled parking
  • Lifts and stairs
  • Wheelchairs are available from the building main entrance.
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