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The York Hospital

The York Hospital is the Trust’s largest hospital. It has over 700 beds and offers a range of inpatient and outpatient services. It has an Accident and Emergency department and provides acute medical and surgical services, including trauma, intensive care and cardiothoracic services to the population and visitors to York and North Yorkshire.

The York Hospital is situated on Wigginton Road about 15 minutes walk from the centre of the city. Click here for travel advice.

This link will take you to the City of York Council website for details about road restrictions in York.

Map of our hospital

You can view an internal map of the hospital here. If you arrive at the main reception, one of our staff will be more than happy to advise you on how to find the department or ward you are visiting.

Latest news from The York Hospital

York Hospital saves ‘unique’ cancer volunteer service

3 May 2016

A British Red Cross volunteer service which has provided help and support to cancer patients at York Hospital for the past seven years has been saved from closure after the hospital’s own volunteering service stepped in.

Visiting times

2pm – 3.30pm
6.30pm – 8pm

Coronary Care
10am – 1pm and 3pm – 8pm


Contact details

Wigginton Road
York
YO31 8HE

Tel: (01904) 631313
Fax: (01904) 631314

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Visiting times

2pm – 3.30pm
6.30pm – 8pm

Coronary Care
10am – 1pm and 3pm – 8pm


Contact us

Wigginton Road
York
YO31 8HE

T: (01904) 631313
F: (01904) 631314

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