Stroud General Hospital


Trinity Road







Liz Lovett

Visiting our hospitals - important information

The restrictions brought in as a result of the Covid pandemic are no longer in place. However, we are still asking all visitors to follow sensible infection prevention and control guidance, including hand washing and use of hand gel. Visitors are already no longer required to carry out lateral flow tests before visiting, however we would ask that anyone with Covid or with symptoms of any respiratory or gastro intestinal illness does not visit, to prevent infecting vulnerable patients and our staff. Face masks are not generally required, however please follow the advice from staff and wear a face mask if you feel more comfortable doing so. 

Pre-booking of visits is not required, but please check the arrangements for the ward or unit you are planning to visit before attending, just in case there are particular circumstances to be aware of. Generally, we welcome visitors between 11am and 8pm and, in line with 'John's Campaign', we support the rights of people with dementia to be assisted by their family carers.


Stroud General Hospital
Stroud General Hospital has just completed a £2m refurbishment to bring the oldest parts of the Victorian building up to the standards required for 21st century healthcare. Jubilee Ward and the Minor Injuries and Illness Unit (MIIU) – which are both located in part of the original hospital – have been completely redesigned and refitted.

The hospital offers inpatient and outpatient services, a minor injuries unit, x-ray and ultrasound services, occupational therapy and physiotherapy.

Minor Injury and Illness Unit (MIIU)

Triage line: 0300 421 7777

Stroud MIIU is available again for both booked appointments and walk-in patients. Please call the telephone triage line on 0300 421 7777 or NHS 111 if you would like to book an appointment. This will give you a guaranteed appointment time and minimise your wait.

The MIIU’s opening hours are 8am – 8pm.


Our department offers a friendly and experienced nursing and administration team which runs and supports clinics each day for the local community. The frequency of individual clinics will vary depending on demand.

Diagnostic facilities

The x-ray department is staffed by dedicated radiographers and is open from 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday, and 10am – 2pm on Saturday and Sunday.

The x-ray department supports the wards, minor injuries unit and outpatients clinics as required. It is also open available for appointments – please note that these can not be booked by members of the public.

The ultrasound department undertakes a comprehensive range of examinations.

Contact details:
X-Ray: 0300 421 8024
Ultrasound: 0300 421 8025

Therapists at the hospital

There are occupational therapy and physiotherapy teams based at the hospital, working with inpatients and outpatients.

Visitor information
Visiting times for inpatients

Visiting times are 11am to 8pm

If you need to visit at a different time, please speak to the ward manager prior to your visit and they will help make suitable arrangements. The hospital supports ‘John’s Campaign’, which extends visiting rights for patients with dementia and their carers in hospital.

Information for inpatients

We aim to make each person’s stay with us as comfortable as possible. If you have any questions or concerns during your stay or visit please do not hesitate to speak to a member of the ward team.

Meal times

The catering department provides choices for patients with specific dietary, religious and ethnic needs. If you have special dietary requirements please let the nursing staff know when you are admitted.

Meal times are:

  • Breakfast – 8am
  • Lunch – 12:30pm
  • Supper – 6pm

Drinks and biscuits are brought round morning and afternoon and hot drinks and snacks are provided in the evening, after supper.

Water is available at all times and will be brought to you.

Additional information

Patients who are rehabilitating will be encouraged to get dressed so we would advise you to bring clothes that can be put on easily, such as track-suit or jogging bottoms or skirts with elasticated waistbands.

Storage space for personal property is limited, so it is helpful if this is kept to a minimum. We are unable to wash patients clothing and will leave this for relatives to take home. Anything that is soiled will be clearly labelled.

We know that family and friends may want to bring in treats for patients. We do not have space to store patients’ own food in our refrigerator, so please speak to a member of staff before bringing items which need chilling.

Religious and spiritual needs

Please talk to the ward staff about any religious or spiritual requirements. You may also wish to inform your own religious or spiritual leader that you are coming into hospital.

A hospital chaplain attends every Tuesday morning and visits the inpatient wards, additionally to as required.

Day Theatre Services

The dedicated day surgery unit provides local access to surgery run by consultants from the large hospitals at Gloucester or Cheltenham. Patients can wait and recover in one of two eight-bed, single sex wards.

Surgery undertaken includes:

  • General Surgery
  • Colo-rectal
  • Breast surgery
  • Gynaecology
  • Urology
Endoscopy services

The Endoscopy service is run by consultants and doctors from Gloucestershire. We have a separate waiting area, toilet facilities, two dedicated recovery bays, a private area for aftercare and a discharge lounge. The diagnostic services provided include:

  • Gastroscopy
  • Colonoscopy
  • Flexible Sigmoidoscopy
  • Cystoscopy