Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital (Wonford)
Who are we?
The Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital (Wonford) is the main acute hospital in Exeter and is run by the Royal Devon and Exeter NHS Foundation Trust. It provides specialist and emergency hospital services to about 350,000 residents and visitors primarily in Exeter and East and Mid Devon, though patients also come from further afield in the South West and England because of its excellence. This includes patients who have had a stroke and people with dementia who need acute hospital care.
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When are our services available?
The hospital is open at all times.
- Wheelchair access
- Hearing loop
- Disabled parking
- Signing Service
There are 674 car parking spaces. Car parking is by pay & display, so please bring change.
The trust has recently installed new car parking machines within the hospital grounds. When paying for a car parking ticket the user will be required to enter the last three characters of their vehicle registration. The registration number will be printed on the ticket which must be clearly displayed in the vehicle and visible from the outside.
Current parking charges are:
Parking is free for the first 20 minutes (ticket required) and for blue badge holders and some regular patients and visitors to the hospital.