Royal Bolton Hospital delivers a wide range of services, including maternity and a specialist neonatal unit.
We must continue to do #EverythingWeCan to stay safe and reduce the risk of transmission.
All staff and visitors may continue to use face masks in non-clinical settings, however this will no longer be mandated but face masks will continue to be required in all clinical settings.
We’re really pleased to be able to remove any visiting restrictions that were introduced during the pandemic.
This means that relatives and friends are no longer required to book a slot to visit a patient in hospital.
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Thank you for your continued support and help to protect everyone.
Please double check directions to the health centre if you are using a sat nav as sometimes they can incorrectly send to another location.
Bolton train station is on Trinity Street from where you can easily catch the 501 bus service to the hospital. The following bus services stop in the hospital grounds: 501, 512, 521, 695.
For up to date bus information, please use the Traveline service
Parking at Royal Bolton Hospital uses an automated number plate recognition system provided and managed by ParkingEye.
People who use the visitor car parks should pay the correct charge at one of the kiosks before they leave the site or will face a penalty.
The majority of kiosks can take cash, card or you can register by phone with good2go. Instructions along with terms and conditions are on signage throughout the site.
Further information is available at www.parkingeye.co.uk
Visitor car parks are clearly signposted and there are payment machines on each car park with simple instructions.
Blue badge holders should register direct with ParkingEye on 0333 123 1454.
There is a drop-off area outside the Accident and Emergency Department where visitors can stop for a maximum of 10 minutes to take a patient inside before using one of the car parks after this brief stop.
Anyone waiting longer than 10 minutes will incur a fine.
There is also a layby at the main entrance where visitors can pull in briefly to drop off or collect patients. Anyone waiting longer than 10 minutes will incur a fine. Wheelchairs are available at the main entrance for patients to get to different departments.
Any patient or visitor who believes they are entitled to free or concessionary parking for any other reason than those listed above must visit either the main reception, or call 01204 390782 before leaving the car park.
Royal Bolton Hospital
Tel: 01204 390390