There’s water cooler in the main reception.

There’s a unisex toilet in the Outpatient corridor with baby changing facilities.

Free wifi is available on the hospital ward. To connect, choose NHS Wi-Fi in your network settings. Read our wifi FAQs to find out more.


Breakfast 8am to 9am
Lunch 12pm to 1pm
Dinner 5pm to 6pm


If you’re staying at the hospital you can order 3 meals a day plus snacks. Healthy options and a choice of vegan, vegetarian, gluten free, lactose free, halal and kosher options are on the menu. Tea, coffee and snacks are served throughout the day.

If you miss a meal, biscuits, toast and sandwiches can be requested at any time. Just let the ward staff know you’re hungry.

If you’re staying at Brampton War Memorial Hospital, there are freeview TVs in most of the bedrooms.


Part of the hospital ward


There’s a comfortable lounge for inpatients to use within the hospital ward area. The room contains a TV and radio. 


Part of the hospital ward


Inpatients at the hospital have access to a Dining Room where they can eat their meals if they are well enough to be out of bed.

Hospital chaplains are available to provide spiritual support to patients and visitors of all faiths and beliefs. You do not need to be religious or attend church to receive help from our chaplains.

A chaplain visits the wards regularly throught the week to talk and listen to people. They can also be contacted by ward staff for special visits and emergencies. 

Our chaplains have links with many faith communities and will always try to get an appropriate representative when asked to do so. Your own priest, imam or minister can also visit you in hospital.

A Faith Box containing books, prayer and spiritual resources is available to all inpatients. Ask ward staff if you’d like to look through it.

There’s an outdoor seating area in front of the main entrance.

Brampton War Memorial Hospital is a smoke free site. This means there’s no smoking allowed anywhere on the property. This includes outside entrances and in our car parks and grounds. The smoking ban applies to everyone.

If you’re an inpatient, you can get a temporary nicotine replacement. You can also use e-cigarettes and vapes outside the hospital, if you stand 10 metres away from the building.

If you’d like help to quit smoking, support is available. Visit to find out more.