Telephone: 01723 368111
Fax: 01723 342581
Scarborough Hospital is the Trust's second largest hospital. It has an Accident and Emergency department and provides acute medical and surgical services, including trauma and intensive care to the population and visitors to the North East Yorkshire Coast.
The hospital is situated on Woodlands Drive, two miles north of the town centre.
For information about our maternity services, please click here.
If you are ensure where to go when you arrive at the hospital please ask at the reception in the main entrance. Volunteers will also be on hand to direct you.
The Scarborough Hospital site is extremely busy and where possible staff, patients and visitors are encouraged to use public transport in order to reduce congestion and demand for car parking spaces.
Scarborough Hospital is well served by buses, especially from Scarborough town centre. The hospital has its own EYMS Bus Service (Number 10) to view the timetable click here http://www.eyms.co.uk/documents/timetables/10.pdf
Pay and display car parking charges at Scarborough Hospital are as follows:
One hour - £1.20
Two hours - £2.50
Three hours - £3.50
Four hours - £4.50
Over five hours - £6.00
Disabled blue badge holders do not need to purchase a ticket if they are parked in a designated disabled bay.
Car park management is in operation and enforcement notices will be given to cars parked improperly, for example on the pavement or not in a designated bay, or without payment. Penalty charges are £60, or £30 if paid within 14 days, and are administered by an external company.
A shuttle bus operates between Bridlington and Scarborough Hospitals. Each journey takes about 55 minutes and the service is free for patients and visitors.
The shuttle bus departs from outside the main entrance at Scarborough Hospital at 9am, 11am, 1pm, 3pm, 5pm and 7.45pm.
Shuttle service departs from Bridlington Hospital, main entrance, at 7.45am*, 10am, noon, 2pm, 4pm, and 6pm.
* Please note the 7.45am service from Bridlington and the 9am from Scarborough do not operate on a Saturday and Sunday.
Scarborough Dial-a-Ride provide fully accessible, door to door minibus transport to the Hospital for those who are either retired, have some form of disability or who have difficulty using other forms of transport. For more information about the scheme call 01723 354434.
There are free taxi request phones in the Main Reception. The receptionist will also be able to assist in calling a taxi.
Pat's Place is located on the first floor of the North Building. Pat's Place was featured in the 2011 BBC One programme Operation Hospital Food with celebrity chef James Martin.
Pat's Place is open for breakfast, lunch and super and serves a weekly seasonal menu, for patients and staff, using fresh, local ingredients
Daily homemade soup
Free range eggs
Freshly ground coffee machines
A fresh baguette and salad bar
A suppliers cart selling fresh Yorkshire produce including biscuits, cakes and chutneys
Ice cream vending machine
The WRVS shop and coffee bar is situated in the main entrance and is open from 8am until 7pm. As well as selling newspapers, confectionary, sandwiches and drinks, the coffee bar serves hot drinks and hot food including jacket potatoes and toasted sandwiches. The WRVS also runs a trolley service which visits the wards on a daily basis, supplying patients with newspapers, magazines, confectionary and hot drinks.
Hot drink, food and ice cream vending machines are located in the main entrance, north wing entrance and Pat's Place.
All Wards 3.00-4.00pm and 6.30-7.30pm
Hawthorne Ward (Maternity) 9.00am-9.00pm
Is located on the first floor of the main building.
A cash machine is located in the main entrance.
A post box is located in the front entrance of the North Wing. Stamps can be purchased from the general office or the WRVS shop.
Are located in the main entrance and north wing entrance.
The PALS office is located in the main entrance. To speak to a member of the team please ask at reception, use one of the PALS phones or call 01723 342434.
Scarborough Hopsital League of Friends, is a registered charity run by volunteers which provides equipment and resources to improve patient care and comfort.
They work closely with the Trust to provide whatever cannot be provided by the NHS - from small items such as face cloths or pillows to large pieces of equipment.
The league is run by a committee made up of local business people, medical and non-medical staff and members of the public.
The committee meets regularly to discuss requests for financial help and also holds fundraising events.
The Scarborough Hopsital League of Friends have a Charity Shop in Hanover Road, Scarborough. Staffed by volunteers it raises in the region of £30,000 annually. The opening times are Monday- Friday 10.00am - 3.30pm and Saturday 10am - 3.00pm.
In 1936 Scarborough Hospital was built at a cost of £135,000. It officially opened its doors on Sunday 23 October by H.R.H the Duke of Kent.
In 1948 the NHS was formed. The Leeds Regional Hospital Board, was also established which together with the Scarborough, Bridlington, Malton and Whitby Group managed Scarborough Hospital alongside 13 other local hospitals.
Long term development of local healthcare services were made at national level and in 1986 this came to fruition as a new extension to Scarborough Hospital was approved, opening in 1988.
Scarborough and North East Yorkshire Healthcare NHS Trust was established in April 1992.
Recent developments include a new Women's Unit and Midwifery-Led Unit, new Radiology Department, Gastroenterology Department, refurbishment of A&E and Maple Ward a new surgical ward.
In July 2012, Scarborough Hospital and Scarborough and North East Yorkshire Healthcare NHS Trust became part of York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.