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West Berkshire Community Hospital

Welcome to the West Berkshire Community Hospital (WBCH). The Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust offers a wide range of services to help provide care closer to home to the population of Newbury and the surrounding area.

We have on site a renal dialysis unit called the Enborne unit.

The outpatient clinics available at WBCH can be found below, along with key information including contact details. Patients can access any of the services via a referral from their GP or another health care professional.

The clinics can offer patients a combination of face-to-face and video/telephone clinics.

Getting Here

Car

There are two road entrances to the hospital.

The south entrance is located directly off the A4 and may only be accessed by vehicles coming from Newbury and turning left into the site. Please be aware that cares are unable to do a right turn into the hospital from the Thatcham direction.

The north entrance and exit has unlimited access and is located on Turnpike road, off the garden centre roundabout on the A4

Pay and display car parking is available at the hospital, as well as designated spaces for disabled parking, motor cycles and bicycles.

There is also a drop off point and taxi rank near the main entrance to the hospital.

Parking costs:

Up to 2 hours: £1
Up to 4 hours: £2

Bus

There are regular bus services from both Newbury and Thatcham which stop at the hospital.

Newbury and District Limited operates buses connecting West Berkshire Community Hospital with Newbury and Thatcham up to every fifteen minutes under Kennet bus service numbers 1A, 1C and 1D. Timetables for all services can be found on this website.

Facilities

  • Public toilets are located on both the ground and first floor
  • There is a nappy changing facility on the ground floor in the children's centre and one next to the minor injuries unit (MIU)
  • Wi-Fi
  • Gallery Cafe
  • Tea bar (managed by the League of Friends)
  • Disabled changing facilities
  • Disabled parking
  • Access to the second floor of WBCH is via lifts, elevators and stairs.
  • Wheelchairs are available from the building main entrance.
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