A WARNING has been given over the potential disruption at Gloucestershire Royal Hospital.  

Building works - which began on Monday, October 24 and are due to end on Friday, November 4 - are currently taking place.  

These kerb replacement and resurfacing works affect patient vehicle access to the Atrium entrance and Emergency Department at GRH.

This may cause congestion around the site and a patients may should allow extra time to get to their appointments.

Atrium users (including Outpatient appointments)

For vehicle access to the Atrium (drop-off), this means accessing the atrium via other routes.

For example, the Therapies Entrance including disabled parking (access via Beacon House entrance).

Disabled car parking is available as marked on the map.

For pedestrian access, this means following the green path indicated on the map. 

Patient transport ambulances dropping/picking up patients for outpatient appointments in the Atrium will need to use the London Road entrance at the back of the building.

Deliveries into the Atrium will use the London Road entrance. 

Emergency Department (ED) users

Ambulances: normal route – unaffected by these works.

Patient drop-off for ED: sharp right as shown on map.

Pedestrians: follow signs and see the map.

The map can be consulted here - https://bit.ly/3suN3SC