Published: July 10, 2012
There are a number of places our patients go for their outpatient appointments and these vary across our hospitals. If you are visiting us as an outpatient, please check your letter as it will tell you where you need to go.
It is very important that you let us know in advance if you need to cancel or change your appointment. Please phone the number printed on your appointment letter, give your name and quote your hospital number. Alternatively, you can email firstname.lastname@example.org to cancel your appointment.
We have standardised Administrative Outpatient Policies and Procedures which are produced for all OPD areas across the Trust. We monitor waits in all clinics and the 15-day turnaround for new referral letters.
Rapid Access Service is 9.00am to 7.00pm Monday to Friday and there is an appointment call centre available.
Solihull Community Outpatients Clinic
Providing walk-in blood testing and outpatient clinics in dermatology treatment, children’s ophthalmology, physiotherapy and pain management with NHS Nurses and Clinical Staff. No need to book for your Blood Test just turn up when convenient with the letter from you GP.
Monday – Friday: 8.30am – 4.00pm
Saturday: 9am – Midday
Sunday: 10.30am – 1.30pm (from 1st December)
Monday – Friday: 9am – 4.30pm
The Clinic is easily accessible by Public Transport and there are a number of car parks nearby:
- Poplar Way Multi Storey
- Touch Wood
- Mell Square Multi Storey
Good Hope Hospital Outpatients
There are a number of places our patients go for an outpatient appointment. These are:
- The Treatment Centre
- Trauma and Orthopaedic Department
- Paediatric outpatient area
- Ophthalmology Department (in the Sheldon Block)
- Oncology Department (in the Sheldon Block )
Please check your outpatient letter for the location that is right for you.
Outpatient appointments in the Treatment Centre
Good Hope Hospital’s Treatment Centre is a new way to deliver a large number of the services we provide for our patients and the communities we service.
The Treatment Centre is a new red building directly opposite the main car park. If you are on foot, walk past the old outpatient department, next the Rectory Road, and the Accident and Emergency Department. The Treatment Centre is on the right.