Fairfield General Hospital

Telephone: 0161 764 6081
Address: Fairfield General Hospital, Rochdale Old Road, Bury, Lancashire, BL9 7TD
Website: http://www.pat.nhs.uk

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Fairfield General Hospital

Tel: 0161 764 6081

Address: Fairfield General Hospital, Rochdale Old Road, Bury, Lancashire, BL9 7TD

Website: http://www.pat.nhs.uk

Email: enquiries@pat.nhs.uk

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PALS (Patient advice and liaison service)

PALS@pat.nhs.uk

You can talk to PALS who provide confidential advice and support to patients, families and their carers, and can provide information on the NHS and health related matters.

PALS

Tel:
0161 604 5897

These trusts also provide services at Fairfield General Hospital

Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust
Tel:
0161 789 7373 Ext:
Pennine Care NHS Foundation Trust
Tel:
0161 716 3000 Ext:

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Travel information

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Parking

The hospital has pay and display car parking.

Car parking

Parking available

Number of parking spaces

282car parking spaces

Disabled parking

Disabled parking available

Number of disabled parking spaces

42disabled car parking spaces

Average hourly car parking cost

£0.73per hour

Visiting information

Standard visiting times for adult wards – from 3pm to 4pm and evening visiting usually between 6:30pm – 8pm. Visitors are advised to contact the ward directly for specific times. Visits may be allowed out of hours in exceptional circumstances, at the ward manager’s discretion.

Maternity wards, children's wards and critical care units have their own visiting rules - details are available directly from the wards.

The number of patients at the bedside should not exceed two.

Visitors are asked to use the alcohol gel hand rub that is provided on entering and leaving a ward.

Last updated on 03 February 2012.

Information supplied by Pennine Acute Hospitals NHS Trust