Watford General Hospital Address
Searching for Watford General Hospital Address and need to know how to get to the Hospital. Getting to Watford General Hospital by road without “sat nav” is easy if your starting point is Junction 5 of the M1.
M25 From junction 19, follow the A411 Hempstead Road to Watford. At the first roundabout go straight across onto the A411 Beechen Grove road head towards the M1. At the first roundabout, turn right onto the A411. When you reach B&Q,
take a right turn onto Dalton Way and follow the signs to the hospital.
From the South Follow signs for the A4125. Turn at the traffic lights onto Deacons Hill
and take the second turning on the left for the hospital.
From the West Follow signs for the A412 and travel along Rickmansworth Road. At the
Town Hall, take the third exit at the roundabout onto the A411, Beechen Grove road
and head towards the M1. At the first roundabout turn right onto the A411. When you reach B&Q, take a right turn onto Dalton Way and follow the signs to the hospital on the leftral Hospital Address
Tel: 01923 2443664
Watford General Hospital is about a 15 minute walk from the town centre.
By Bus from Watford Junction Station
Journey time is approximately 12 minutes (Distance about 1.5 miles)
Watford Junction Railway Station, Stop 5 (on Forecourt)
Take Arriva the Shires & Essex Bus 10 towards Woodside, Boundary Way
Normally operated by wheelchair accessible bus. and get off at Watford, o/s General Hospital (on Vicarage Road)
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More About Watford General Hospital
Watford General Hospital is at the heart of the Trust’s acute emergency services – the core location for inpatient emergency care, and for all patients who need the specialist emergency facilities (such as intensive care) of a major district general hospital. It also provides elective care for higher risk patients together with a full range of outpatient and diagnostic services. There are approximately 600 beds and nine theatres (including one local theatre).
Watford is also the focus of the Trust’s Women’s and Children’s services, including neonatal care. In 2011/12 the Trust increased capacity on the Watford site with a new Clinical Decision Unit (CDU) and an eighteen bed ‘surge’ ward.
The Trust’s maternity service is amongst the largest in south-east England, with almost 6000 deliveries per annum. A £750k investment in maternity services has delivered an increase in capacity, with a new six bedded transitional care unit (step up and down from the Special Care Baby Unit) for mothers and babies; three extra delivery beds; two antenatal beds; and four additional triage beds.