About Bodmin Hospital
The hospital offers a wide range of medical and psychiatric care with two general wards, the Woodfield Stroke Unit, a Minor Injury Unit, Out-patient, Dental, Physiotherapy and X-ray departments.*
In addition there are five psychiatric wards which include an acute admissions ward, a psychiatric intensive care unit, rehabilitation services and a ward for the care of people with dementia, catering for patients throughout Cornwall.**
Separate from the hospital is The Bodmin Treatment Centre, purpose built to provide facilities and equipment for the assessment, diagnosis and treatment and surgery on a day case basis.***
Parking for the hospital and all other facilities on the site is free and there is plenty of disabled parking.
There is an excellent café within the hospital and facilities for parents with children.
The Bodmin Community Hospital rates very highly in the NHS Star Ratings for efficiency, cleanliness, cheerfulness and personal patient care.
Bodmin Hospital is a purpose built Private Finance Facility (PFI).
* Peninsula Community Health are responsible for the running of these wards and departments. ** Cornwall Partnership NHS Foundation Trust are responsible for a range of services to support people with a mental health problems including those at Bodmin Hospital.
***Ramsay Health Care are responsible for the running of the Treatment Centre.