Andover War Memorial Hospital provides in-patient rehabilitation, an outpatient unit, maternity services, a day surgery unit and a minor injuries clinic.  

The site also houses the Countess of Brecknock Hospice, which provides six in-patient beds, day care, and a base for Macmillan Nurses. 

The Minor Injuries Clinic in Andover is led by Emergency Nurse Practitioners and Emergency Paramedic Practitioners who are experienced in treating minor injuries. The clinic now accepts walk-in patients, however booked appointments will take priority. Patients should access NHS 111 either online or by phone for an assessment as to whether they need an appointment. If so, patients will be given a time slot to attend the local hospital.

The hospital is a 10 minute walk from the mainline train station. It is approximately 20 minutes’ walk from the town centre or a 5 minute bus ride from the town centre. The bus stops outside the hospital.

The hospital is situated on Route 4 which is a new route to the Hospital and Drove Estate. Click here for timetable.

Andover is located on the Salisbury to Basingstoke line. If using the train from Winchester or Eastleigh you may have to change at Basingstoke. From Andover station you may catch a number 8, 77 or 87 bus to the town centre and change to a K route service to get to the hospital.

If walking or cycling from the station, turn left along Station Approach, keep left until you reach Charlton Road. Turn left and follow Charlton Road to the hospital (on your right). Distance is approximately a third of a mile/half a kilometre.

From the east:
Leave the A303 and follow the A3093 sign for Andover. At the first roundabout go straight on towards the town centre, passing the Twinings factory on the right. At the second roundabout follow the sign for town centre onto Churchill Way. At the third roundabout follow town centre signs onto Northern Avenue. At the fourth roundabout signs direct you to Andover War Memorial Hospital, which is roughly half a mile further on Charlton Road.

From the west:
Leave the A303 and follow the A343 sign for Andover. At the first roundabout follow signs for ring road (Portway Industrial Estate and Charlton). Signs for the ring road should also be followed at the second and third roundabouts. At the fourth roundabout signs will point the way to Andover War Memorial Hospital which is roughly half a mile further on Charlton Road on the right.

Duration of Stay Parking charge
Up to 30 minutes  Free
30 minutes – 1 hour £2.20
1 – 2 hours £3.30
2 – 3 hours £4.40
3 – 4 hours £5.50
4 – 5 hours £6.50
5 – 6 hours £7.50
6 – 8 hours £8.50
8 – 12 hours £13.00
12 – 24 hours £17.00
Over 24 hours  + respective charges


Please click here for further details on parking charges. 

Parking concessions are in place, in line with Government guidelines.

Our security team is responsible for patrolling car parks. Because we have limited parking space, it is important that only people having business at the hospital park on site.

Breach of parking conditions may lead to a £60 civil penalty charge notice being issued. The reason for issue is always recorded and photographs of the vehicle are taken as evidence. The charge is reduced to £30 if paid within 14 days of issue.

Penalty charge notice appeals guidance - pdf

Penalty charge notice appeal form - pdf

Free parking is available for the following patients and visitors at all three of our hospitals:

•    A disabled person is a holder of a valid Blue Badge attending hospital as a patient or visitor or is a disabled person employed by the hospital trust. Disabled patients and visitors receive free parking for the duration of their attendance at, or visit to, the hospital. Disabled employees receive free parking whilst at the hospital for purposes relating to their employment. 

Please click here for details

•    Parking will be provided free to all outpatients who attend hospital for an appointment at least 3 times within a month and for an overall period of at least 3 months. A ‘month’ is defined as a period of 30 days. 

•    The parent of a child in hospital overnight is a parent or guardian of a child or young person, under 18 years of age, who is admitted as an inpatient at hospital overnight.
•    They receive free parking between the hours of 7.30pm and 8.00am while visiting the child. This would apply to a maximum of 2 vehicles.

Gravely Sick is defined as ‘If someone is gravely sick that have an illness with a high risk of dying but dying is not guaranteed as it would be with being terminally ill. It is up to ward staff to interpret this in line with the patients’ sickness and expectation of recovery. 
•    Relatives of patients in any of the above groups.
•    Carers of patients in any of the above groups.
•    Cancer Patients with a confirmed cancer diagnosis and attending hospital for   chemotherapy treatment. 

The definition of terminal illness is an illness or condition which cannot be cured and is likely to lead to the death of a patient. Palliative Care is a patient requiring support at end of life. 
•    Relatives of patients in any of the above groups.
•    Carers of patients in any of the above groups.

Visiting information can be found here

Site map - Andover War Memorial Hospital