Parking is limited at Ormskirk hospital, so allow plenty of time to reach your appointment. Consider using other methods of transport where appropriate. Further help can be found on the Parking information page.
|Ward/department||Phone||Visiting and additional information|
|Antenatal ward||01695 656318||Birthing partners 9am to 9pm; visitors 1pm to 5pm and 6pm to 8pm|
|Children's A&E||01695 656358||Open 24 hours a day|
|Children's ward||01695 656912||1pm to 8.30pm. A family member or friend is welcome 12 midday if they are assisting a patient to eat|
|Delivery suite||01695 656919||Birthing partners 9am to 9pm. Visitors 2pm to 4pm and 6pm to 8pm.|
|Maxillo-Facial and oral surgery/ orthodontics||01695 656334||Outpatients department|
|Neonatal ward||01695 656922||2pm to 3pm and 6pm to 7.30pm|
|Ophthalmology/ ENT||01695 656203||Outpatients department|
|Outpatients dept||01695 656691|
|Post-natal ward||01695 656920||Partners 9am to 9pm; visitors (no more than three per bed) 2pm to 4pm and 6pm to 8pm|
|Physiotherapy outpatients (rehabilitation)||01695 656559||Open 8.30am to 4.30pm Mon to Fri|
|Treatment Centre||01695 656451/ 656452/ 656468||Day cases only|
|Ward F||01695 656031||Day case surgical ward for all day case procedures|
|Ward G||01695 656526||Surgical ward for gynaecology, general surgery and orthopaedic surgery|
|Ward H||01695 656903/ 6603||Planned day surgery for orthopaedic patients|
|X-ray (radiology)||01695 656672|
Ormskirk hospital is a 10 to 15 minute walk Ormskirk town centre and railway station. There are bus stops by Dicconson Way along Wigan Road.
There is cycle parking at the front of the hospital. This is an information leaflet about cycling in Ormskirk.
There are bus stops by Dicconson Way along Wigan Road. Services operate from the surrounding areas and drop off at the hospital or within walking distance.To find information about times and services please contact the Merseytravel Traveline on 0871 200 2233 or visit Merseytravel. Bus timetables can be found near the hospital reception desk.
Ormskirk railways station is a 10 to 15 minute walk from the hospital. Taxis are available nearby. For passenger inquiries call the National Information Line on 0345 484950 or visit National Rail . Merseytravel can provide details of bus services linking local train stations and the hospital.
Merseytravel journey planner
Insert your start and end point into Journey Planner (e.g.street name, post code, bus stop ref, point of interest etc) and the best route is then calculated for you with each step of the journey detailed alongside estimated travelling time.
Exit the M6 at Junction 26 and the join M58. Leave the M58 at Junction 3 following the signs for Southport and Ormskirk. Type L39 2AZ into Google Maps to plan your journey in detail.
Most departments can be reached from the main entrance. There is a drop off area outside children’s A&E. Take the first right off Dicconson Way.
The Maternity delivery suite is at the back of the hospital. It can normally be accessed by the main entrance. If the main entrance is closed, follow the signs past the walk-in centre and round the back of the hospital. The entrance is signposted and monitored by camera. There is a bell to alert the staff you have arrived.
Virgin Care’s West Lancashire NHS Walk-in Centre, to the left of the main entrance, offers a drop-in GP service from 8am to 8pm, seven days a week for registered and unregistered patients. Telephone 0300 247 0011.
If you are visiting the Innovation Centre, please call your contact in the IT team for directions ahead of your visit.
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