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Parking and Visiting

NB Signs on site for the Maternity Unit and Maternity Wards are lilac coloured

Ward Map Further information
Beatrice Labour Ward View Map From Odstock Road, enter the site via entrance A and follow the lilac maternity signs to car park 1.
Antenatal Clinic and Day Assessment Unit View Map From Odstock Road, enter the site via entrance A and follow the lilac maternity signs to car park 1.  The Antenatal Clinic and Day Assessment Unit can be found opposite Labour Ward.
Beatrice Postnatal Ward View Map

From Odstock Road, enter the site via entrance A, and follow the lilac maternity signs to car park 1. The Postnatal Ward is opposite the Antenatal Clinic.

Postnatal ward visiting hours are:

  • 10.00am – 9.00pm - Partners only
  • 3.00pm – 7.00pm - Maximum three visitors only
  • 7.00pm – 8.00pm - Maximum three visitors only
No children may visit other than the mother’s own
Neonatal Unit View Map From Odstock Road, take entrance B and follow the road around to car park 8.  Once parked, head towards Sarum entrance and you'll then pick up the lilac signs to the Neonatal Unit

Parents are welcome 24 hours a day. Other friends and family can visit between 15:00 and 19:00.

Please note that no visitors are allowed without one of the parents in attendance, unless permission has been given by parents prior to the visit.

No children are permitted other than brothers and sisters of the baby.

Hand Hygeine

The importance of hand washing to reduce the risk of infections is recognised at Salisbury District Hospital. We ask all visitors to clean their hands with alcohol gel prior to entering any ward, and again on leaving. This action has been shown to have a significant effect on reducing the spread of infection.


A supervisor is always available to provide support, advice and guidance to mothers, families and midwives. Mothers may contact us to talk about the standard of care they have received or to discuss if they have not felt supported. Midwives may contact us for professional advice and guidance.
Supervisor of Midwives on call: Salisbury District Hospital via switchboard 01722 336262

Page Last Updated: 02/12/2016 13:46 
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