To be seen by a specialist orthopaedic consultant you will need a referral from your GP. You can request to be treated at the Royal Orthopaedic Hospital or one of the outreach clinics provided by the Royal Orthopaedic Hospital. Please speak to your GP in the first instance and request for a referral to be sent to us.
Once we have received your referral the relevant consultant will review the information provided by your GP. The waiting time will vary dependent on your condition and which consultant you have been referred to. You can contact the medical secretary for your consultant for more information about the waiting lists.
You can find information about all our consultants in the ‘meet the team’ section
There is a contemplation, meditation and prayer room available for all patients, visitors and staff. This room is open at all times and is located on the ground floor of the Treatment Centre (near ward1)
If you have any concerns please talk to us. You can find further information about how to raise your concerns and contact details of the PALS & Complaints team in the ‘PALS & Complaints’ section of this website.
Some accommodation is available if your relative need to stay onsite. However this is subject to availability. Please visit the ‘arranging accommodation’ page on this site for more information
Visiting times for Wards 1, 2 & 3 are listed below. The Wards are restricted for an hour during meal times.
10:00am until 12:00noon
1:00pm until 5:00pm
6:00pm until 8:00pm
Visiting times for Ward 10 – open visiting for private patients
Visiting times for Ward 11 & Ward 12 – Open visiting (non-family members will be asked to leave at 8:00pm)
You can purchase a newspaper from the WRVS coffee shop which is situated in the outpatients department
Visit the ‘manage your appointment’ page. You can contact the Appointment Office by completing the online form.