Responsible visiting at Tarporley War Memorial Hospital

Following the move into step 2 of the Government road map towards the easing of Covid 19 restrictions, we are pleased to be able to open up responsible visiting at Tarporley War Memorial Hospital.

Pre-booked visiting is allowed in most areas allowing one person at a time to book a slot. All visitors for that patients must be from the same household bubble.

These slots are strictly limited to 30 minutes during the allocated time 14:00- 15:00 and 18:00- 19:00.  We suggest that if you have access to a free rapid Covid 19 test (lateral flow) you test before visiting the Hospital, but this is not mandatory.

Visitors for patients who are receiving supportive end-of-life care, patients with specific needs who would benefit from the presence of a carer, and patients identified as requiring a visit on compassionate grounds will not be limited to the 30 minute booked slots. Please discuss these arrangements with Ward Manager Katherine McQue or SR Chris Bowen.


For Outpatient appointments, you should come alone as there is limited space due to social distancing.  If the nature of your appointment means you need someone to be with you, please discuss this with Out-Patient Manager, Jaime Armstrong, or Clinic Health Care Assistant Ewa Lacey.

Minor Injuries

Patients coming to TWMH with a Minor Injury please come into the hospital alone where possible if you can.

All visitors will be expected to wear PPE during their visit.

Visitors aren’t allowed in areas where Covid-19 patients are receiving care.

Please do not leave home if you have symptoms of Covid 19 and use the other alternative methods of keeping in touch with loved ones.

We know this is a challenging time and all of us at Tarporley War Memorial Hospital thank you for playing your part in keeping our patients, colleagues, and community safe.

To book an appointment please telephone the hospital directly 01829 732436

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