How to find us

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Useful information 

Parking and accessibility

There is free parking on-site with disabled bays. 

Public transport

As part of our sustainability programme, please consider using public transport where possible when visiting one of our sites.


There is a cafe and hydropool which is not currently in operation. 

Visiting hours

Poile ward: 2:pm to 8:00pm.

Robinson ward: During opening hours apart from 1:00pm to 3:00pm.

Lewes Victoria Hospital services

  • Radiology Service

    This service provides x-rays, ultrasounds and DEXA (bone density) scans at Lewes Victoria Hospital, Uckfield Hospital, Crowborough War Memorial Hospital and Bognor Regis War Memorial Hospital.

  • Intermediate Care Service - Lewes Victoria Hospital

    Our Intermediate Care Unit provides a period of rehabilitation for patients, enabling them to recover and regain their independence before returning to their preferred place of residence.

  • Urgent Treatment Centre - Lewes Victoria Hospital

    This walk-in centre provides assessment and treatment for minor injuries or illnesses that are urgent but not life-threatening.

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About Lewes Victoria Hospital

Where to find us

Address: Lewes Victoria Hospital, Nevill Road, Lewes, East Sussex, BN7 1PE

Opening hours

Monday to Friday, from 8:30am to 5:00pm. Closed on weekends.

Contact details

Telephone: 01273 474 153

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Where to get help

Many minor injuries and illnesses can be handled at minor injury units (MIUs) or urgent treatment centres (UTCs) across Sussex.

Alternatively, you can call 111 or get help from 111 online.

For severe and life-threatening emergencies

Accident and emergency (A&E) is for serious injuries and life-threatening emergencies.

These are things like loss of consciousness, suspected heart attacks, breathing difficulties, or severe bleeding that cannot be stopped.

Find out more about when to go to A&E.