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St Helens Hospital - Marshalls Cross Road, St Helens WA9 3DA
Telephone No: 01744-646461
A parking fee is payable. Please allow extra time for parking.
Directions from M62: Junction 7 onto A570
M57Junction 2 towards St Helens.
St Helens Hospital is located 6 miles from the M57 junction.
Bus Route: Mersey travel No 32 No 32a No 33 No35 & No17 available from St Helens Town Centre- drops off outside St Helens Hospital.
For more information click on the Public Transport link on the left or contact Arriva on 0871 200 2233 or visit www.arriva.co.uk
Rail information Public transport (National Rail)
Enquiries 08457 484950, nearest station: Lea Green
For more information click on the Public Transport link on the left or contact National Rail Enquiries on 08457 484 950 or visit www.nationalrail.co.uk.
Parking is available for patients and visitors on the St Helens Hospital site with designated patient 'drop-off areas' at the front main hospital entrance and the Lilac Centre entrance to the rear of the building. Parking spaces for disabled drivers (up to 3 hours maximum stay) are located to the front of and adjacent to the main hospital entrance.
The visitor car parks at St Helens and Whiston hospitals have a graduated charging system.
The charges are:-
Less than 20 minutes:
20 minutes - 1 hour:
1 - 2 hours:
2 - 3 hours:
3 - 4 hours:
4 - 5 hours:
Over 5 hours:
Maximum charge is £6
Prices are subject to change.
The car park operates a Pay on Foot system, this means a ticket will be issued on arrival and visitors will need to go to the payment machine to pay the amount required and have their ticket validated for exit before leaving. To leave, visitors will need to place their tickets in the terminal by the exit barrier.
The payment machines for the car park can be located within the hospital main reception area, near to the shop or in the car park itself near to the car park exit barrier.
For frequent visitors, weekly passes are available for £12. These passes will have unlimited use for a full 7 day period.
At St Helens Hospital, weekly passes can be purchased for the patient and visitor car park either from General Office between the hours of 9.15am to 4.45pm or from the car park pay machine directly 24 hours a day.
We have introduced free parking for the following:
Spice of Life Restaurant
The main restaurant 'Spice of Life' is located in the ORANGE ZONE on the LOWER GROUND FLOOR.
The restaurant is open from 8am until 2.00pm Monday to Friday
The restaurant caters for patients, visitors and staff, and offers a wide choice of hot meals, snacks and hot and cold drinks. The menu changes daily and features seasonal produce
Costa Coffee is located on the GROUND FLOOR
Open 8am - 6pm, Monday to Friday.
Costa Coffee provides a range of hot and cold drinks, sandwiches, cakes and snacks.
WHSmith is located on the GROUND FLOOR near the main entrance
Open from 8am until 7pm; Monday to Friday
The store sells a wide range of snacks, drinks, newspapers and magazines as well as gifts and cards
There is a cash machine available in the Spice of Life Restaurant, Lower Ground Floor, at St Helens Hospital.
There is a vending machine located near to the entrance of Seddon and Duffy Suites.
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Call 999 in a medical emergency. This is when someone is seriously ill or injured and their life is at risk.
Medical emergencies can include:
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NHS 111 can help if you have an urgent medical problem and you’re not sure what to do.
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An A&E department (also known as emergency department or casualty) deals with genuine life-threatening emergencies, such as:
Less severe injuries can be treated in urgent care centres or minor injuries units.
You can go to an urgent treatment centre if you need urgent medical attention, but it's not a life-threatening situation.
Conditions that can be treated at an urgent treatment centre include:
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Pharmacies can give treatment advice about a range of common conditions and minor injuries, such as:
If you want to buy an over-the-counter medicine, the pharmacist and their team can help you choose.
Antibiotics will not be available over the counter to treat minor conditions.
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