Congleton War Memorial Hospital

1924 saw the birth of Congleton War Memorial Hospital, paid for by public subscription after years of fundraising by local people as a memorial to those who died in the First World War.

Congleton Team

Overview

Congleton War Memorial Hospital is a relatively small hospital, but with many facilities and services.

As well as providing a wide range of local healthcare outpatient services to the residents of Congleton and surrounding areas, it has a specialist inpatient intermediate care unit - the 28-bedded Aston Unit. This helps people who no longer need the more acute wards of Macclesfield District General Hospital and can recover in a more homely and relaxed environment.

This can be an important step on the pathway home or to longer term care and is available for anyone in the eastern part of Cheshire, as well as to the residents of Congleton. A stay at Congleton War Memorial Hospital can also provide an ideal opportunity to confirm future needs on leaving hospital and for the necessary arrangements to be made. The hospital has a very ‘family’ feel about it. 

Visiting hours

Visiting hours on the Aston Unit are are 2pm to 4pm and 7pm to 8pm.

Minor injuries unit

The hospital also has a minor injuries unit which is open:

Mon - Fri - 10 to 6pm (x ray 9-5pm)

Sat - Sun - 8 to 4 pm

Blood tests clinics available 8.30 am until 11.15 am Monday to Friday. However please telephone number below to confirm times, as clinics are sometimes subject to change.

Contact details

Congleton War Memorial Hospital's main reception desk can be contacted via 01260 294800. The Aston Unit's telephone number is 01260 294838

The full address for Congleton War Memorial Hospital is: Congleton War Memorial Hospital, Canal Road, Congleton, Cheshire, postcode CW12 3AR

Additional Information

The nurse practitioners at Congleton War Memorial's Minor Injuries Unit are able to see a wide range of minor injuries including limb injuries, animal bites, minor burns and minor head injuries. They can also manage wounds, undertake dressing changes and remove sutures. 

Please note that they can not help with minor illneses (as a GP would), are not able to see children under five years old and cannot help with eye problems.

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