Basingstoke and North Hampshire Hospital has around 450 beds and provides a full range of planned and emergency services. These include specialist services for rare or complex illnesses for patients across the UK, including liver cancer, colorectal cancer and pseudomyxoma peritonei (a rare lower abdominal cancer).
The purpose built Diagnosis and Treatment Centre (DTC) opened in 2005.
The regional haemophilia service is based at Basingstoke and North Hampshire Hospital and we also have links with University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust, Frimley Park Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, Royal Surrey County Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and Royal Brompton and Harefield NHS Foundation Trust for some specialised services.
In 1999 it became the first hospital in Europe to perform surgery using equipment operated by voice commands.
The hospital is located on the A340, Aldermaston Road in Basingstoke: follow the Hospital signs from the Ring Road.
For information on getting here by bus and car as well as a site map, parking charges and concessionary parking, please visit the hospital page on the main Hampshire Hospitals website.