Fryatt Hospital, Harwich

01255 201200 419 Main Road , Harwich, Essex, CO12 4EX
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4 out of 5 stars

Based on 14 ratings for this hospital


Fryatt Hospital, Harwich

Our two Community Hospitals are the Fryatt Hospital in Dovercourt, and Clacton and District Hospital There are four inpatient wards in the Community Hospitals; Durban Ward, Kate Grant Ward St Osyth Priory Ward in Clacton and Trinity Ward at Harwich. Durban Ward is has 28 beds and St Osyth Priory Ward has 27 beds. These are used mainly for the older person and treat a variety of health problems. Kate Grant Rehabilitation Unit is provided to meet the individual needs of people recovering from stroke, orthopaedic surgery and related mobility conditions.

Trinity Ward has 21 beds and is a nurse-led unit with medical support from GPs Our aim on all the wards is to enable the patient to return to their own choice of accommodation with the appropriate support. The Jubilee Assessment Unit provides infusion and transfusion services, and clinic sessions for Care of the Elderly and Specialist Services.


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Fryatt Hospital, Harwich

Tel: 01255 201200

Address: 419 Main Road, Harwich, Essex, CO12 4EX

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Quality of service at Fryatt Hospital, Harwich

Friends and Family Test Score: Community

96%Patients recommend this hospital. 614 responses.

Latest reviews of this hospital

Excellent service

We visited the minor injuries unit this afternoon and received caring and thoughtful service from the nurse practitioner for which we wou...

18 March 2018

Eye injury

I found the one doctor on duty was kind, sympathetic and very efficient. I cannot rate the cleanliness as I couldn't see properly. Recep...

12 March 2018

Poor service and patient care

Very disrespectful and poor service. Patient care poor.

28 February 2018

A cracked pubic bone the staff were great

I was unfortunate enough to crack I think they call it a pubic bone they took me to Colchester Hospital it was manic in there so they too...

12 January 2018

Felt patronised

Have visited minor injuries unit before and been pleased with service but today felt the nurse was very condescending. Felt like I was wa...

31 December 2017

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Last updated on 15 May 2012.

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