Ipswich Hospital

 

Ipswich Hospital has disabled toilets throughout the public areas of the hospital and one Changing Places toilet with an adult-sized changing table, hoist and shower.

Disabled toilets

Emergency department (entrance 1)

  • in the waiting area

South reception (entrance 2)

  • in the seating area near reception

Trauma and orthopaedics (entrance 3)

  • in the waiting area

Rheumatology (entrance 5)

  • in the corridor between rheumatology and physiotherapy

Main outpatients (entrance 6)

  • in the waiting area

Frailty assessment (entrance 6)

  • in the waiting area

Restaurant (entrance 15)

  • in the main corridor opposite the entrance to the restaurant

Changing Places

(entrance 5)

The Changing Places toilet at Ipswich Hospital is in the corridor between rheumatology and physiotherapy.

The facilities here are:

  • bench – height adjustable, adult sized, wall mounted
  • hoist – ceiling, loop
  • peninsular toilet
  • washbasin – height adjustable
  • non slip floor
  • floor space – 14 square metres
  • emergency alarm
  • privacy screen
  • paper roll
  • managed
  • accessible shower

Please see the Changing Places website for more information about toilets in the Changing Places scheme.

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