Patient and visitor information

Getting here

Barlborough NHS Treatment Centre is located less than a mile from junction 30 of the M1 (Follow signs to ‘Dobbies Garden World’). We are only an hour from Lincoln and Grantham just off the A57/A1. Find us on Google Maps.

By bus

You can take buses from Sheffield to Chesterfield then on to Barlborough*.

Bus number 53: Sheffield – Mansfield
From Sheffield Interchange to Barlborough/Clowne

Bus number x17: Sheffield – Mansfield
From Sheffield Interchange to Chesterfield, Cavendish street
Connecting bus 77: Chesterfield/Worksop from Chesterfield, Cavendish Street to Barlborough, Tallys End, Chesterfield Road (Near McDonalds**)

Bus number 43,44 and 50: Sheffield – Chesterfield
From Sheffield Interchange to Chesterfield, Cavendish street
Connecting bus 77: Chesterfield/Worksop from Chesterfield, Cavendish Street to Barlborough, Tallys End, Chesterfield Road (Near McDonalds**)

By Train

Take East Midlands/Northern Rails from Sheffield Station to Chesterfield Station – then a 2 minute walk to the bus stop.
Connecting bus 77: Chesterfield/Worksop from Chesterfield, Cavendish Street to Barlborough, Tallys End, Chesterfield Road (Near McDonalds**)

Visit the National Rail website for train times.

* Please note that no buses stop directly at Barlborough NHS Treatment Centre, these are to the nearest bus stop to the centre
** Please note that Barlborough McDonalds at Tallys End, Chesterfield Road is a 9 minute walk away, 0.5 miles 

Free parking

Parking on-site is available to all patients and visitors, free of charge.

Free Wi-Fi, TV and phone calls

We have free Wi-Fi access and patients have their own phone which can receive incoming calls, but patients can also bring in their mobiles phones, iPads and other similar tablet devices. We do not provide bedside TVs as we want patients to focus on being mobile as soon as possible to enhance their recovery. However, there is a communal TV in the patient’s lounge.

Accessibility

I have a visual, hearing or mobility problem, what do I do?

All areas of our treatment centre are accessible to wheelchair users.

Our patient information is available in a range of languages and in large print on request.

I need an interpreter or signer, what do I do?

Portable hearing loops are available at the main reception desk and can be carried around the treatment centre as required.

We also have an interpretation service available to support you if English is not your preferred language.

Please let a member of our booking team know prior to your appointment if you have any special requirements.

On-site café

There is an on-site café for visitors and our catering team prepare meals daily for our patients, visitors and staff. Our menu changes regularly and offers a good variety of food and beverages at a reasonable price.

Please note, the  Coffee Shop is not open during the weekend but there are vending machines for hot and cold drinks, crisps and chocolate.

Alternatively, Dobbies Garden Centre just behind the Hospital has a café that is open all day if you are looking for something a little more substantial.

Visiting

Visiting hours are from 2:00pm – 4:00pm and 6:00pm – 8:00pm

Visiting outside of these times may be permitted with agreement from the Ward Manager, so please just ask if you need us to try and arrange a more flexible visit.

Your room

If you’re staying with us, you’ll be in a same-sex, shared en-suite room with either 2 or 4 beds. This is part of our commitment to patient dignity, and helps ensure a more comfortable and relaxed stay.

When you arrive please register at reception so we know you’re here. A member of staff will collect you for your appointment.


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