COVID-19

Face masks must still be worn in NHS buildings

To protect patients, visitors and our staff, all visitors to our sites must continue to wear a face mask (unless exempt). Face masks and hand sanitiser are available at the entrances to all our sites.

Find out more about our current appointment and visiting guidance.

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.

Information

Main telephone number:  01905 681388

Matron: Jo Roberts

Address:  Worcester City Inpatient Unit, 1 Timberdine Close, Worcester  WR5 2DD. View map and directions on Google.

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

Parking: Parking at Worcester City Inpatient Unit is free for all

General information: View patient 'Welcome Pack'

Worcester City Inpatient Unit has 46 beds for both male and female patients.  All our patients are referred from Acute Hospitals or directly from GPs. The patients generally need a little more support and rehabilitation before they are fit to go home but do not need acute care.

We have a mixed team here at Worcester City Inpatient Unit which include Ward Managers, Therapy Manager, Registered Nurses, Nursing Associates, Health Care Support Workers, Social Workers, Admin/Receptionist Team, Physiotherapists, Occupational Therapists, GPs, Consultants, Handyman, Catering Team, Laundry and Cleaning Team, visiting Mental Health Nursing, Chaplain and volunteers

Worcester City Inpatient Unit comprises of two wards;

Apple Orchard ward comprises of four units. Units 1 and 2 can accommodate 14 male inpatients and units 3 and 4 are can accommodate 16 female patients.

Cherry Orchard ward is comprised of two units. Unit 5 accommodates 8 female patents and unit 6 accommodates 8 male patients.

The building is on one level and surrounded by pleasant gardens with garden chairs, table and umbrellas in which visitors and patients can sit out in good weather.

We also have a prayer room that all faiths are welcome to use.

As an aid to recovery we recognise the importance of pets to our patients and we are happy to have well behaved dogs to visit.

  • WCIU - Meet the team

    Some of our team on the unit grounds

  • WCIU - Making you smile

    Helping to make you smile

  • WCIU - Christine Baldwin

    One of our patients, Christine Baldwin

  • WCIU - Here for you all year round

    Here for you all year round