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Visiting Our Patients

We appreciate how important visitors are, they are made welcome throughout much of the day.

A nurse talks with a patient in their private room

Travelling To Our Hospital

The Royal Bucks is close to the centre of Aylesbury. If you are driving, entering the postcode HP19 9AB in your sat nav will help, or click on the map icon for full directions from Google.

Our hospital is a quite distinctive, four storey brick building, set in a tree lined island. The main car park is to the front.

If you are travelling by train to Aylesbury station, the hospital is less than a mile away, with taxis based at the station.

Where you are transporting a patient by car, please feel free to use the car park at the front of the hospital. Access is direct and the reception desk is close to the main entrance.

Disabled visitors are welcome to use spaces marked for them. Should you, or your passenger require any assistance, please ask at reception, or call us from outside when you arrive.

Visiting Hours & Facilities

Visiting Is From Monday to Sunday

11am – 7pm

If you are accompanying a patient for an outpatient procedure, you are welcome to make yourself at home in the waiting area during their treatment. A comfortable place, with free tea, or coffee.

Where you are visiting an inpatient, you are again welcome to make use of the waiting area, or the patient’s private room. A guest menu is available at a moderate cost, if you wish to join them in a meal.

Should you be visiting, rather than transporting a patient, there can be reasons why you need to use our car park. We still ask that you consider alternatives, with three public car parks nearby.

This leaves parking at the hospital free for patients and allows clear access for those needing extra support. Your help will be appreciated, as is the support you offer to those you are visiting.

Parking spaces at The Royal Bucks
A chef prepares fresh food in the kitchen
A consultant in the hospital hallway
A nurse looks at an ultrasound scan on a scree

Why Visitors Matter

The finest of hospitals can still feel a little lonely at times. Patients may be thinking of treatment to come, their family, aspects of their normal life and of the future.

Being able to spend time with a partner, family member, or friend can make such a difference. Helping to create a positive focus and seeing adverse thoughts drift away.

Visitors are welcome throughout much of the day and evening. They can choose to eat with patients, or where mobility allows, take a walk with them in our grounds.

Time passes more quickly and feels normal, thoughts are on the benefits of treatment to come. A patient’s spirits are boosted, which is a good way to aid their recovery.

Our staff are there there for them at all times and are not rushed but this is not the same as people you are close to. Time with them rightly matters more to our patients.

Our Facilities

Our patients and the people who care for them deserve the finest facilities, for diagnostics, treatment, or surgery and to aid recovery.

Technician checking x-rays

In house X-ray and MRI

Swift access to x-ray, MRI and ultrasound allows symptoms to be investigated without delay. Bringing our patients peace of mind, or the early treatment that many medical conditions benefit from.

Patient in operating theatre

State of the Art Theatres

All our surgical theatres have been refurbished and fitted with the latest equipment. An ideal environment for surgical consultants and designed to bring high levels of safety, to protect patients.

Nurse in patient's room

Beautiful Private Rooms

Feeling comfortable during a hospital stay is a pleasure and an aid to recovery. The reason our patients are provided with private, en-suite rooms, freshly prepared meals and dedicated nursing care.

Physio working on patient's shoulder

Physio Aiding Recovery

Physiotherapy is recognised for the value this can bring after injury, or trauma. There is also a close link with surgery, where our skilled physios can play an important role in post surgical recovery..

Speak to our team today

Get in touch to book an appointment, for further information, or to ask any question you wish. All contact is handled securely and confidentially.

Call us on

01296 678800

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