Welcome to Tenbury Community Hospital
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.
How to contact us
General enquiries: 01584 810643
If you would like to speak with Marissa Manning, matron/hospital manager please call 01584 810643.
Address: Tenbury Community Hospital, Worcester Road, Tenbury Wells, Worcs, WR15 8AP
How to get here
Tenbury Community Hospital is situated about half a mile from the town centre.
From Kidderminster take the A456 to Tenbury. From Worcester take the A443 to Tenbury.
You should try to arrange for a relative, friend or taxi to bring you. If this is not possible your GP surgery may be able to help but they will require at least 48 hours notice.
Visitors to the hospital are requested to use the main car park.
Parking is free of charge to all visitors. There are 52 spaces, 30 of which are visitor/patient and 4 are reserved for disabled badge holders.
Please do not park in restricted areas or near to main entrances.
There are very few buses available. Enquiries can be made to Yarranton Bros. Ltd (01584) 881229 who operate a service from Worcester, or see timetables for other services to Tenbury on the Worcestershire County Council website, or call the enquiry line (01905) 763 888.
We encourage relatives and friends to visit during your stay and they may visit between 2:00pm – 7:00pm
If necessary other times can be arranged with the nurse in charge. Open visiting will be consider for our palliative patients, please speak with ward staff.