Basingstoke and North Hampshire Hospital has around 450 beds and provides a full range of planned and emergency services. These include specialist services for rare or complex illnesses for patients across the UK, including liver cancer, colorectal cancer and pseudomyxoma peritonei (a rare lower abdominal cancer).
The purpose built Diagnosis and Treatment Centre (DTC) opened in 2005.
The regional haemophilia service is based at Basingstoke and North Hampshire Hospital and we also have links with University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust, Frimley Park Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, Royal Surrey County Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and Royal Brompton and Harefield NHS Foundation Trust for some specialised services.
In 1999 it became the first hospital in Europe to perform surgery using equipment operated by voice commands.
The hospital is located on the A340, Aldermaston Road in Basingstoke: follow the Hospital signs from the Ring Road.
Directions by bus
The Foundation Trust is serviced by regular buses from Basingstoke town centre.
See www.stagecoachbus.com for up to date timetables.
Directions by car
There are a number of parking areas available, as well as a drop off point and a number of disabled parking spaces available outside the main entrance. Please allow extra time on arrival, as parking is sometimes difficult. Public car parks are barrier controlled and a pay on exit scheme is in operation.
|Duration of Stay||Parking charge|
|Up to 30 minutes||Free|
|30 minutes – 1 hour||£1.80|
|1 hour – 1 hour 30 minutes||£2.80|
|1 hour 30 minutes – 2 hours 30 minutes||£3.80|
|2 hours 30 minutes – 3 hours 30 minutes||£4.70|
|3 hours 30 minutes – 4 hours 30 minutes||£5.70|
|4 hours 30 minutes – 5 hours 30 minutes||£6.70|
|5 hours 30 minutes – 6 hours 30 minutes||£7.70|
|6 hours 30 minutes – 8 hours||£8.70|
|8 hours – 24 hours||£10 for 24 hour period|
Free parking is available for the following patients and visitors at all three of our hospitals:
- Patients attending for chemotherapy
- Patients/visitors attending every day after one week of attendance
- Outpatients who have been attending for more than two weeks and continue to attend at least twice a week with the same illness or condition
- Visitors to patients being cared for in the Intensive Care Unit or the neonatal unit
- Visitors to inpatients whose stay in hospital has been more than one week, providing they are visiting every day
- Visitors to inpatients whose stay in hospital has been more than two weeks, providing they are visiting at least twice per week
- Carers staying overnight with children who are inpatients
- Relatives or carers of patients who are receiving end of life care.
Disabled badge holders – Parking is free for disabled badge holders in marked disabled bays which are located close to the hospital buildings. Disabled badge holders should clearly display their blue badge.
Penalty charge notices
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.
Each ward has individual visiting hours, but they are generally in the afternoon and evening. You can search for specific wards here