Hazleton Ward

Hazleton Ward is a 20 bedded Medical Ward, specialising in Gastroenterology. It is located in College Road Wing on Level 3. The nearest car park to the ward is the West Block Car Park on Sandford Road. There is a ramp entrance or steps up via the Pillars Entrance. The ward is accessible via a lift or stairs

The Hazleton Team prides itself on being open, friendly and professional, with staff that treat you with respect and kindness.

What to Expect When you are Admitted to our Ward

When you are admitted to Hazleton,  staff will provide as much information about your admission, your condition, how long you might expect to stay in hospital and discharge arrangements for you and your family/carers

Please bring with you toiletries, a towel, night and day clothes and all your current medication.

We do not advise patient’s to bring in large amounts of money or valuables.

Please be aware that the Trust is now a smoke free NHS. Smoking is not permitted in any building or within the grounds of any of our sites. Information and support is available to any patients who wish to stop smoking. Nicotine Replacement Therapy is available to help reduce your cravings during your stay.

How to Contact the Ward

You and your relatives/carers will be informed of the best time to telephone for news.

Telephone numbers: - 0300 422 4006 & 0300 422 4106

Or Telephone Switchboard on 0300 422 2222 and ask for the Ward.

Every patient can ask for a bedside phone. The number is detailed on the phone. The charges are at mobile rates & cards are available from machine in corridor. These telephones rarely accept calls abroad, and occasionally, the service is limited They are not owned by the hospital so should you experience any difficulties; please report these to a member of the nursing staff who will inform the company the next working day

Mobile phones are permitted if used with sensitivity to the other patients on the ward. There is no hospital WFI access so you would need to arrange your own. 

It would be most appreciated if one person telephones the ward and relays the information to the rest of the family to enable the nurses to devote as much time as possible to caring for the patients.