What are community hospitals/rehab units?

We have seven community hospitals/rehab units across Worcestershire. They provide a range of inpatient and outpatient services and support people to recovery from surgery or illness when they don't require acute care but neither can they be treated at home. They are a key part of our local healthcare system.


General Enquiries: 01386 502430

Outpatients: 01386 502430

Izod ward: 01386 502442

Worcestershire Stroke Rehabilitation Unit: 

  • Abbott (Stroke Rehabilitation Ward): 01386 502441
  • Willows (Stroke Rehabilitation Ward): 01386 502440/502304

If you would like to speak with Dan Marshall, Matron please call 01386 502301

Address: Evesham Community Hospital, Waterside, Evesham, Worcestershire, WR11 1JT

Visiting times: Find out more about our current appointment and visiting guidance.

General information:  View patient 'Welcome Pack'

How to get here

By car

From Worcester 
Take the B4084 (old A44) to Evesham. On approaching the town you will reach a set of traffic lights with the river on your left. Continue straight on. Hospital is approximately 250 yards on the right.

From Birmingham 
Take the A435/A46 to Evesham. Continue through the town in direction of Cheltenham. Cross river bridge and turn left at traffic lights. Hospital is approximately 250 yards on the right.

From Cheltenham
Take the A435/A46 and turn right at second set of traffic lights in the town. Hospital is approximately 250 yards on the right.

From Redditch 
Take the A46 to Evesham. Join A44, turn left at third set of traffic lights in the town onto Waterside. Hospital is approximately 250 yards on the right

By rail:

Evesham is served by regular services from Hereford, Malvern, and Worcester Shrub Hill. The station is approximately 20/30 minutes walk but buses and taxis are available.

By Bus:

Regular bus services are available from the town centre, Worcester, Pershore and surrounding areas. Check timetables on the Worcestershire County Council website.

Travel costs  

Help is available for patients, for instance those in receipt of Income Support or Working Families Tax Credit. If you think you may be eligible please ask at either the Outpatient Department reception desk or the Finance Office.

Car parking

Parking Fees Apply Monday to Sunday, 24 Hours a Day
20 Minutes – Free
Up to 2 Hours - £2.50
Up to 4 Hours - £3.50
All Day - £4.00


Concessionary rates are available for patients and close relatives in certain circumstances which may require regular or long term visits. Please speak to the Ward or Clinic Sister for details.

Parking is free Blue Badge holders