We are very proud of our hospitals and our staff, and aim to provide a high quality service for our patients at all times.
We shall do our best to make your visit as comfortable as possible and our staff will do all they can to assist you. If you want to find out more about the Trust and our hospitals, please click here.
Our A&E department can be busy so please choose well and seek alternative healthcare provision if it isn't an emergency.
We welcome any comments or feedback you would like to share with us. Listening to our patients helps us to get things right.
Suzanne Rankin, Chief Executive
Our emergency department is located at St Peter’s Hospital. Please only visit us if you are seriously ill or it is an emergency. In A&E patients with the most urgent and life threatening conditions will always be seen first.
If you need to change or cancel your appointment please give us as much notice as possible by calling the appointments centre on 01932 723831 or 01784 884351.
We aim to make your stay in hospital as comfortable as possible. Click here to find out more about coming into hospital and what you will need to bring with you.
Click here for our visiting times and ward details.
If you’re not feeling well and over the counter medicines are not helping, don’t wait for it to get worse – speak to your GP and avoid a trip to hospital. Find out more about finding the right services in our area.
Be prepared for some hot weather
It's going to be hot over the next few days and your local health services are reminding people look after themselves and others during this time. A heatwave can affect anyone, but the most vulnerable people are:
- older people, especially those over 75
- babies and young children
- people with a serious chronic condition, especially heart or breathing problems
- people with mobility problems – for example, people with Parkinson's disease or who have had a stroke
- people with serious mental health problems
- people on certain medications, including those that affect sweating and temperature control
- people who misuse alcohol or drugs
- people who are physically active – for example, labourers or those doing sports
You may find these information leaflets from Public Health England useful:
Make sure you check the weather forecast for regular updates and changes by visiting the Met Office website.
Trust is rated as ‘good’ by the Care Quality Commission
The independent health care regulator, the Care Quality Commission (CQC), has rated Ashford and St. Peter’s Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust as ‘Good’ following their inspection in December ... read more
Travelling to the Trust
Click here for details about travelling to our hospitals, parking, and site maps.