Tel: 01590 663000
We provide a wide range of services at Lymington New Forest Hospital. It provides both scheduled (planned) and acute care, and is designed to be a 'one stop shop' with appointment, consultant, diagnosis and treatment under one roof.
There is a dedicated part-time Chaplain.
Our services include:
- Blood tests: We operate a walk-in service between 7.30am and 3.00pm, Monday to Friday (no appointment required).
- CT scanner
- Elective day case and short stay surgery
- Four inpatient wards and a recovery ward
- Long-term conditions unit
- Minor Injuries Unit (X rays available)
- Forest Assessment Centre
- Stroke rehabilitation
- The Practice
- X-ray walk-in clinic only: Monday-Friday, 9:30-12:30 and 13:30 (please note x rays are still available via the MIU if required everyday from 8.00am-9.00pm)
Please note that the Urgent Treatment Centre (UTC) at Lymington will be open at
2.30pm – 4:00pm
6:30pm – 8:00pm
The League of Friends of Lymington New Forest Hospital provide extra care and amenities for the patients and staff at the hospital. Speak to representatives at the hospital itself, or visit the website here: www.lymingtonhospitalfriends.org
Urgent Treatment Centre
The Urgent Treatment Centre (UTC) service at Lymington New Forest Hospital is due to open in July 2019.
The UTC at Lymington New Forest Hospital will bring together the existing Minor Injuries Unit, Out of Hours GP and the extended GP access into one joined up service offering urgent and extended hours appointments bookable through your GP practice or by calling NHS 111. The UTC will be able to treat minor injuries and minor illnesses and will be available from 8am – 9pm (including Bank Holidays).
Unfortunately we were unsuccessful in our bid to provide the service. Partnering Health Limited (PHL), an established, clinically led healthcare provider founded by a team of commercial partners and GPs, were the successful bidder and should be in place by July 2019. Over the next 7 months we will commit to support and work with them to ensure the transition will be achieved with care whilst providing a seamless service for patients.
You can read our letter to stakeholders here.