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Penrhos Stanley Hospital
Tel: +44 (0) 1407 766000
By road: Leave the A55 at junction 3. At the roundabout, take the 4th exit onto the A5. The hospital is located on the A5, just outside the centre of Holyhead. There is ample free parking at the hospital and disabled spaces are lcoated close to the entrance.
For further directions, go to: www.streetmap.co.uk
By rail: The hospital is located less than 1 mile from Holyhead Station. For information on rail travel information, go to: www.traveline-cymru.info
By bus: Regular daily services. For more information go to: www.traveline-cymru.info
1.30 pm to 2.30 pm
6.30 pm to 7.30 pm
- No more than two visitors to be at the patient's bedside at any one time
- Children should be closely supervised - please check with the Ward Sister or Charge Nurse before taking children onto the ward
- We strongly advise visitors not to bring small babies into hospital
- Visiting is not permitted over lunch and dinner unless you are assisting a patient to eat. A Protected Mealtimes policy is in operation. See ward posters for details.
- Relatives and friends may enquire about a patient's progress by telephoning the hospital
- To keep calls to a minimum, please ask one member of the family to act as the hospital link and inform the rest of the family
Alcohol foam has been made available which can be used to clean and disinfect hands. It is available at the entrance to every ward and visitors are encouraged to use it before and after visiting.
To help the hospital to reduce infections:
- Visitors should always use the alcohol gel by the entrance to every ward before and after visiting
- Visitors should always use chairs and not sit on beds
- Always wash your hands after visiting the toilet
The Minor Injuries Unit is open between 8.00 am and 8.00 pm, 7 days a week.
The rehabilitation department provides:
- Outpatient and inpatient Physiotherapy
- Occupational Therapy
- Speech and Language Therapy
The Child Development Team also have consulting rooms at the hospital.
The hospital has a small shop and an information point which is staffed by a dedicated group of volunteers.
Penrhos Stanley Hospital opened in February 1996 and replaced the Valley Hospital and the former Stanley Sailors Hospital.
Maximum advantage has been taken of the seaside location, which affords panoramic views from most of the patient areas. The remainder of the accommodation overlooks internal courtyards, which are used both for relaxation and therapy. The focus throughout has been to achieve a high level of privacy and to create a non-stressful environment.