Queen Elizabeth I I Hospital

01438 314333 Howlands, Howlands , Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire, AL7 4HQ
http://www.newqeii.info/

4 out of 5 stars

Based on 106 ratings for this hospital

News:

  • Safer staffing levels

Overview

New QEII Hospital

All remaining emergency and inpatient services at the QEII have now moved to the Lister hospital in nearby Stevenage, which has been transformed through around £150 million being invested in new facilities. 

Locally a new £30 million QEII hospital has been built by the East and North Hertfordshire Clinical Commissioning Group on the same site as the existing hospital.  Services from the old hospital have all but moved across to the New QEII following a phased process from 17 May through to 19 June 2015.  On completion, the New QEII will have a full range of outpatient, diagnostic and ante natal services, as well as a 24/7 Urgent Care Centre for treating adults and children of all ages with minor injuries and illnesses.

The New QEII hospital is located in Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire. Please click here to find out how to get to the New QEII and here to find out more about the facilities available to patients and their visitors.


24/7 Urgent Care Centre

The QEII's A&E was replaced, on 1 October 2014, with a new Urgent Care Centre that is now located in the New QEII Hospital.  The urgent care centre open 24 hours a day and treats adults and children of all ages with minor injuries or minor illnesses.  No appointment is necessary.

Contact details, map and directions

Queen Elizabeth I I Hospital

Tel: 01438 314333

Address: Howlands, Howlands, Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire, AL7 4HQ

Website: http://www.newqeii.info/

Email: generalenquiries.enh-tr@nhs.net

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Departments and services

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Latest news

Safer staffing levels

Ward staffing levels poster

Each ward at the QEII hospital displays a staffing status poster, which shows the planned and actual numbers of staff on shift each day.

The posters are displayed on each ward where they can clearly be seen by patients, visitors and staff. Find out more about safer staffing levels on our wards.

Last updated on 10 June 2014.

Quality of service at Queen Elizabeth I I Hospital

Care Quality Commission inspection ratings

Requires Improvement
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Friends and Family Test: Inpatient

99%Patients recommend this hospital. 138 responses

Friends and Family Test score: A&E

98%Patients recommend this hospital. 97 responses

Friends and Family Test score: Maternity

Friends and Family Test score: Staff - Care

75staff recommend this hospital for care. 339 responses. 5382 staff work at this trust.

Friends and Family Test score: Staff - Work

57staff recommend this hospital as a place to work. 339 responses. 5382 staff work at this trust.

Friends and Family test score: Outpatients

95%Patients recommend this hospital. 2614 responses.

Latest reviews of this hospital

Breast Clinic. Outpatient. 13th July 2017

From my GP referral I waited 2 weeks for my appointment. I arrived early as I didn't know what parking would be like but I didn't have to...

14 July 2017

Terrible waste of public money

We went to the urgent care at the QEII as it is the closest centre to us and my young baby had an unblanching rash. Everyone is aware of ...

28 June 2017

Very good professional care

I attended the breast clinic after a call back following a routine mammogram. I was seen within a week. I saw the consultant who advised ...

24 June 2017

Very Dissapointed

Received an appt at the breast clinic 2 weeks after visiting my GP. Was unable to see the consultant so saw the registrar in their absenc...

23 June 2017

Fractured Ankle

Throughout my stay on the Urgent Care Unit I was treated with kindness and efficiency. All the members of the team made sure I was kept ...

21 June 2017

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Last updated on 21 July 2017.

Information supplied by East and North Hertfordshire NHS Trust