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St Mark's Hospital

At St Mark's Hospital, you'll find our Henry Tudor Ward for short stay inpatient rehabilitation as well as our Audiology, Cardiac, Mobility and Sexual Health services. 

We provide a range service for children and young people with physical or mental health difficulties, including specialist nursing and our Children and Adolescent Mental Health service.

Please follow the COVID-19 guidance posters and signs when you arrive.

Read our Henry Tudor ward Patient Information leaflet (pdf)

General opening hours

Day of the week Opening time
Monday 9am to 5pm
Tuesday 9am to 5pm
Wednesday 9am to 5pm
Thursday 9am to 5pm
Friday 9am to 5pm
Saturday 9am to 5pm
Sunday 9am to 5pm

Henry Tudor Ward visiting hours

Day of the week Visiting time
Monday 2pm to 8pm
Tuesday 2pm to 8pm
Wednesday 2pm to 8pm
Thursday 2pm to 8pm
Friday 2pm to 8pm
Saturday 2pm to 8pm
Sunday 2pm to 8pm

We have a number of facilities at St Mark's Hospital, including:

  • Wheelchair and step-free access
  • Access to disabled toilets
  • A translation service
  • A braille translation service
  • A signing service
  • Prayer area
  • On-site chapel
  • Cafe
  • Shop
  • Pharmacy

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 Henry Tudor ward Patient Information leaflet (pdf)

Visiting times

Details Times
Visiting times (every day)

2pm to 5pm

6.30pm to 8pm 

Protected mealtimes

These times are to ensure patients do not get distracted whilst eating.

Please do not be offended if staff do not allow your visitor on the ward. You can speak to our ward staff, or ask your relative or friend to discuss with the ward staff, if you would benefit from assistance during mealtimes.

Details Times
Protected mealtimes - do not visit

12.30pm (Midday) to 1.30pm

5pm to 6.30pm

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