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  • Welcome to Musgrove Park Hospital

    Welcome to Musgrove Park Hospital

    We serve a population of over 340,000. Every year we see and treat over 450,000 patients, either through our emergency department, for elective or day surgery, or as outpatients.

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  • GEM Awards

    Going the Extra Mile (GEM) Awards

    We would really love to know when you have experienced someone at our hospital who has gone the extra mile for you, so we can recognise this and inspire others.

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  • Smokefree site

    Smokefree site

    We are proud to be a Smokefree site and for that reason smoking is not permitted anywhere on hospital grounds. Please note this also includes e-cigarettes. Thank you for your co-operation.

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  • Working here

    Working here

    Here at Musgrove we are really proud of our colleagues and their achievements. We value our people and their commitment to our patients and our organisation - together, we are dedicated to working as one team to make a difference to people's lives.

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Visitor Information

Visitor Information

Visiting times and ward information, how to get here, disabled access, and our hospital map.

Wards and Services

Wards and Services

Information on our wards and service departments, including ward visiting hours and contact details.

Acquisition of Weston General Hospital

Acquisition of Weston General Hospital

Click here to find out about our bid to acquire Weston Area Health Trust.

Hot Topics

Infection control update

Infection control update - Norovirus Restrictions May 2015

Whole wards closed include: 

Whole Wards 

Mendip

Conservators

Gould

Exmoor

Bays

Fielding - Bay B

Sheppard - Bays A, B and D

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HANDi - Paediatric Specialist Advice When and Where You Need it

HANDi - Paediatric Specialist Advice When and Where You Need it

HANDi Taunton has been developed by the Paediatric team at Musgrove to provide expert support to parents/carers and medical professionals looking after children with the most common childhood illnesses.

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As you can still be infectious 48hrs after your last norovirus symptoms, it’s best to avoid others during this time #norovirus #dontpassiton

06/05/2015 12:59:04

To reduce your chances of catching norovirus, wash your hands frequently with soap and water #Norovirus #DontPassItOn

06/05/2015 12:58:48
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