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Upton Hospital

We provide a range of community and mental health services from Upton Hospital for patients of all ages, including:

  • Talking Therapies
  • Sexual Health
  • Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS)
  • Older People's services
  • Community Nursing 

Read our Jubilee ward Patient Information leaflet (pdf)

We have the following facilities:

  • Wheelchair and step-free access
  • Access to disabled toilets
  • A translation service
  • A braille translation service
  • A signing service
  • Internet access

Read our Jubilee ward Patient Information leaflet (pdf)

This hospital site is owned by NHS Property Services (NHSPS), which manages the car parking arrangements.  

From 1 October 2021, car parking charges will be suspended until further notice. They may be re-implemented at a future date.  Information will be posted here, and our social media accounts, when available. 

We have free on-site parking for our staff and patients as well as disabled parking to provide easy access to our site.

If you are in receipt of a welfare benefit or are on a low income, you may be eligible for help with travel costs.  

Read our How to make a claim document (pdf)

Visit the NHS website for more about Healthcare Travel Costs Scheme (HTCS) (opens new browser tab)

Read our Jubilee ward Patient Information leaflet (pdf)

Visiting times

We encourage family and friends to visit their loved ones whilst they are in hospital. We are flexible about visiting and will do everything we can to help you visit at a time that is convenient to you and the patient. We don't have fixed visiting hours but we would generally ask that you to come in between 10am and 8pm. If this isn’t suitable, please talk to us so that we can make arrangements to avoid disturbing other patients.

Please bear in mind that while in hospital your family member or friend may be receiving specific treatment or have a personal care plan in place which they need to follow.

Very occasionally, a patient's wishes regarding visiting may not be the same as the person wishing to visit. In this case, we will always give priority to the patient in our care.

Read our Visitor Guidance page for more information

Day Preferred visiting times
Visiting times (every day)

10am to 8pm, but please contact us if you need to arrange an alternative time


Part of any patient’s recovery is the ability to receive good nutrition. Please talk to your loved one and/or ward staff team when arranging your visit so that you arrive at a time that allows them to enjoy their meal.

Details Times
Protected mealtimes

12pm (Midday) to 1pm

5pm to 6pm

Ward contact numbers

Call 0118 904 096

Call Female Bay 0118 904 3098

Call Male Bay 0118 904 3097

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