West Berkshire Community Hospital

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West Berkshire Community Hospital
West Berkshire Community Hospital is a small hospital in West Berkshire, England. The complex opened on 1 March 2004 to replace the services previously provided by Newbury and Sandleford hospitals. The hospital is located in the Benham Hill area of Thatcham, situated just north of the A4 road. Technically, the address of the hospital is incorrect as it lies within the town boundaries of Newbury (Clay Hill Ward), but due to an oversight by the Post Office it was given a Thatcham address.

The hospital has the following faculties and departments:
  • Two inpatient wards
  • Day surgery unit (with two operating theatres)
  • Outpatient specialist consultation unit
  • Children's outpatient facility
  • Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy
  • X-Ray
  • Blood tests
  • Podiatry
  • Charles Clore Cancer Care Day Unit
  • Community Dental Services
  • Speech and language therapy
  • Sexual Health Clinic
  • Hardstanding for Mobile MRI Scanner