You'll be sure of a warm welcome at Newark Hospital.
Set in the picturesque market town of Newark, the hospital is an important part of the local community and it is well-loved by those who work there as well as by those who live nearby. This means it may well be the most appropriate choice for your treatment whilst also offering the personal touch you need near to home.
A comprehensive range of treatments is available on site. We offer an extensive range of consultant-led outpatient services with short waiting times, day-case procedures, diagnostic and therapy services, endoscopy, pre-operative assessment, a Minor Injuries Unit/Urgent Care Centre and a medical ward. We are proud of the Fernwood Community Unit, which provides recuperation for elderly or frail people, and the Bramley Children's Unit, providing dedicated outpatient services for children. The hospital receives full back-up from the teams at King's Mill and the services are wholly compatible.
We believe in investing in our hospital, therefore we have a bright clean modern environment in which our care is set.
As part of a Foundation Trust, hospital staff are continually pioneering innovative and high quality new services for patients and we are at the leading edge of a number of local and national initiatives.
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The hospital that’s truly at the heart of the community
Conveniently situated near the centre of the town, you will be able to access treatment for all the specialties listed below. Please note that some more specialist tests or treatments may need to be undertaken at King's Mill Hospital. Please ensure you discuss this with your GP.
A wide range of services is available at the hospital including outpatient, inpatient and day case procedures. To find out more about the available clinics please click on the links below.
Newark has an Urgent Care Centre that treats a range of acute conditions and is open 24hrs a day, 7 days a week. More serious emergencies require a 999 call which will determine the most appropriate emergency department to attend.
Offering a friendly personal service, the hospital is the first choice for both local residents and people living further afield.