An easy to use list of our services - linking to pages of information about each service.
2.30 pm - 4.30 pm
6.00 pm - 8.00 pm
Having set visiting times means that:
Medical and nursing staff are able to carry out patient checks and care duties in the morning
Housekeeping teams are able to clean patient bed spaces thoroughly
Patients are ensured uninterrupted meal times and have time to rest
If a relative wants to visit outside the general ward visiting times they should discuss this with the matron or nurse in charge of the ward and agree an arrangement.
Ward visiting may be restricted further as part of our infection control management, for example, when patients on a ward have norovirus (diarrhoea & vomiting) bug or a flu virus. These measures are necessary to prevent a spread of the illness to other patients and visitors.
If you wish to send flowers to a patient, please be advised that they are not permitted to be kept on certain wards. Please check with the patient's ward before arranging delivery of flowers or bringing flowers into the hospital.
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- Getting Here
- Infection Control
- Inpatient stay
- Outpatient stay
- Research and Development
- Shops and Facilities
- Specialist Centres - Exeter Mobility Centre and Mardon Neuro-Rehabilitations Centre