Morpeth NHS Centre

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Address

Dark Lane
Morpeth
Northumberland
NE61 1JY

Phone:

0344 811 8111

Click here to view an internal map of the hospital.

About
Getting Here
Parking
Clinics

General Information

Morpeth NHS Centre, which opened in April 2013, brings together outpatient and diagnostic services, as well as primary care, under one roof to deliver better integrated care closer to people's homes.

All outpatient clinics, x-ray and physiotherapy services, which were previously delivered at Morpeth Cottage Hospital, transferred to the new state-of-the-art centre alongside two of Morpeth's GP practices - Greystoke and Gas House Lane.

For a guide to services, click here.

Click here to view an internal map of the hospital.

Charges

Car parking is available at no charge at this facility.

This hospital has an electric vehicle charging point which is free to use for patients and visitors

Directions

Morpeth NHS Centre is situated off the A1, just off the town of Morpeth town centre.



By road

From the A1 South: Take the first exit for Morpeth, continue along A197, following signs for the town centre. At traffic lights over the bridge take a right and the centre is on your left.

From the A1 North: Take the first exit for Morpeth continue along A192. Turn left at roundabout, continue along the A192. Go straight on at traffic lights and the centre is along the road on your left.

By bus


For up to date bus information please use the Traveline service

By rail


Check The Trainline for timetables of all services from nearby Morpeth railway station.

Clinics

Services including podiatry, physiotherapy, x-ray, speech and language therapy, community nursing, oral health and child health services are provided at Morpeth NHS Centre. In addition the following outpatient clinics are offered:

  • Breast surgery
  • Cardiology
  • Colorectal surgery
  • Dermatology
  • Dietetics
  • Ear, nose and throat
  • Elderly medicine
  • Falls and syncope
  • Gastroenterology
  • General surgery
  • Multiple sclerosis
  • Neurology
  • Orthopaedics - hip and knee
  • Parkinson's disease
  • Physiotherapy
  • Rheumatology

About

General Information

Morpeth NHS Centre, which opened in April 2013, brings together outpatient and diagnostic services, as well as primary care, under one roof to deliver better integrated care closer to people's homes.

All outpatient clinics, x-ray and physiotherapy services, which were previously delivered at Morpeth Cottage Hospital, transferred to the new state-of-the-art centre alongside two of Morpeth's GP practices - Greystoke and Gas House Lane.

For a guide to services, click here.

Click here to view an internal map of the hospital.

Parking

Charges

Car parking is available at no charge at this facility.

This hospital has an electric vehicle charging point which is free to use for patients and visitors

Getting Here

Directions

Morpeth NHS Centre is situated off the A1, just off the town of Morpeth town centre.



By road

From the A1 South: Take the first exit for Morpeth, continue along A197, following signs for the town centre. At traffic lights over the bridge take a right and the centre is on your left.

From the A1 North: Take the first exit for Morpeth continue along A192. Turn left at roundabout, continue along the A192. Go straight on at traffic lights and the centre is along the road on your left.

By bus


For up to date bus information please use the Traveline service

By rail


Check The Trainline for timetables of all services from nearby Morpeth railway station.

Clinics

Clinics

Services including podiatry, physiotherapy, x-ray, speech and language therapy, community nursing, oral health and child health services are provided at Morpeth NHS Centre. In addition the following outpatient clinics are offered:

  • Breast surgery
  • Cardiology
  • Colorectal surgery
  • Dermatology
  • Dietetics
  • Ear, nose and throat
  • Elderly medicine
  • Falls and syncope
  • Gastroenterology
  • General surgery
  • Multiple sclerosis
  • Neurology
  • Orthopaedics - hip and knee
  • Parkinson's disease
  • Physiotherapy
  • Rheumatology