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Coffee City - North Corridor

Nottingham City Hospital, Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust, Hucknall Road, Nottingham, NG5 1PB

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Introduction

Opening Times

  • Monday 08:00 - 18:25.
  • Tuesday 08:00 - 18:25.
  • Wednesday 08:00 - 18:25.
  • Thursday 08:00 - 18:25.
  • Friday 08:00 - 18:25.
  • Saturday Closed.
  • Sunday Closed.

Location

  • The venue is situated outside the centre of the city.
  • This venue is situated in Sherwood.
  • There is a bus stop within 150m (164yds) of the venue.
  • The nearest mainline station is Bulwell.

Parking (North Entrance)

  • The venue does have its own car park.
  • Venue Car Park View
    • Parking is not free for Blue Badge holders.
    • The car park type is open air/surface.
    • Parking spaces for Blue Badge holders do not need to be booked in advance.
    • There is/are 2 Blue Badge parking bay(s) within the car park.
    • The dimensions of the Blue Badge parking bay(s) are 320cm x 500cm (10ft 6in x 16ft 5in).
    • The nearest Blue Badge bay is 15m (16yd 1ft) from the North Entrance.
    • The furthest Blue Badge bay is 17m (18yd 1ft) from the North Entrance.
    • The route from the car park to the entrance is accessible to a wheelchair user with assistance.
    • Assistance may be required because there is/are dropped kerbs.
    • The car park surface is tarmac.
    • There is a dropped kerb between the car park and the venue.
    • The dropped kerb does have tactile paving.
    • There is not a road to cross between the car park and the entrance.
    • The car park does not have a height restriction barrier.
    • There is not a designated drop off point.
  • Comments View

Outside Access (North Entrance)

  • This information is for the entrance located in North Road.
  • There is not level access into the venue.
  • The main door(s) open automatically.
  • The doors are double width.
  • The door opening is 120cm (3ft 11in) wide.
  • Second set of doors View
    • There is a second set of doors.
    • The door(s) open automatically.
    • The doors are double width.
    • The door opening is 140cm (4ft 7in) wide.
  • Comments View
    • The 2nd set of doors are push pad operated.

Level Change (North Entrance)

  • There is a ramp or slope to access this service.
  • The ramp or slope is located to the right as you face the entrance.
  • The ramp or slope is moderate.
  • The ramp or slope is permanent.
  • There is a level landing at the top of the ramp.
  • The width of the ramp or slope is 120cm (3ft 11in).
  • The ramp or slope does bypass the step(s).
  • There is a / are step(s) to access this area / service.
  • The step(s) is / are located in front of the entrance.
  • There is / are 4 step(s) to the area / service.
  • The step(s) is / are not clearly marked.
  • The step(s) is / are medium.
  • The steps do have handrails.
  • The handrails are on both sides.

Level Change (North Corridor)

  • There is a ramp or slope to access this service.
  • The ramp or slope is located n the main corridor and leading to the service(s) .
  • The ramp or slope is moderate.
  • The ramp or slope is permanent.
  • There is not a level landing at the top of the ramp.

Outside Access (Shop Entrance)

  • This information is for the entrance located off the North Corridor.
  • There is not level access into the venue.
  • The main door(s) open away from you (push).
  • The doors are single width.
  • The door(s) is / are permanently held open.
  • The door opening is 93cm (3ft 1in) wide.

Counter

  • The counter is 6m (6yd 1ft) from the unit entrance.
  • There is level access to the counter from the entrance.
  • The height of the counter is medium.
  • There is not a hearing assistance system.
  • Lighting levels are medium.

Inside Access

  • There is level access to the service.
  • This venue does play background music.
  • The type of flooring in walkways and corridors is vinyl.
  • The lighting levels are medium.

Accessible Toilet

  • There are not accessible toilets within this venue designated for public use.

Standard Toilet(s)

Additional Info

  • Plastic cups are available.
  • Plastic cutlery is available.
  • Drinking straws are available on request.
  • Comments View
    • Disability awareness training is available for staff.
    • The most commonly used documents can be produced in different formats on request.
    • Different formats may include Braille, large print, different languages, voice recognition CD and audio.
    • British Sign Language Interpreters can be provided on request.
    • The British Sign Language Interpreting Service can be contacted via telephone (Voice/minicom) on 0115 9786984.
    • The Interpreting Agency provides interpreters for people receiving care from Nottingham University Hospitals.
    • An interpreter can be booked either via hospital staff or by calling the agency direct on 0115 947 6362.
    • Punjabi, Hindi and Urdu are the core languages covered. Also covered are
    • Bengali, Polish, Kurdish, Chinese, Farsi, Arabic, Turkish and Gujarati along with Mirpuri and Sylheti dialects.
    • In core languages the Agency guarantees an interpreter within two hours.
    • Other languages are also offered - please contact the Agency for advice.
    • The Patient Advice and Liaison Service (PALS) can provide advice and support for accessing these services. They can be contacted on 0800 052 1195 or by visiting the office in the South Corridor.
    • Registered assistance dogs are generally welcomed in all areas although departments with high risk from infection, such as intensive care units, should be contacted in advance.
    • Switchboard staff are Type Talk aware.
    • A textphone is available in the Outpatients Department.
    • Help with luggage is available for inpatients.
    • The mobility aids available in the hospital include mobile hoists, wheelchairs, motorised wheelchairs, tri wheel walkers, shower chairs, bath hoists, commodes, walking sticks, walking frames, hoist slings, adjustable beds and crutches.
    • There is no charge for mobility aids.
    • To obtain mobility aids please contact a nurse/doctor.
    • There is not a mobility scooter charging point at the hospital.
    • Portable hearing loop systems are not available at the hospital.
    • Children are generally welcomed in most departments but should be accompanied by an adult.

Additional Info

  • Disability awareness training is available for staff.
  • The most commonly used documents can be produced in different formats on request.
  • Different formats may include Braille, large print, different languages, voice recognition CD and audio.
  • Staff will be happy to arrange for a British Sign Language communicator to be available. Please contact the clinic / service within a reasonable amount of time prior to your appointment to request this.
  • Thebigword Interpreting Service provides interpreters for people receiving care from Nottingham University Hospitals.
  • An interpreter can be booked either via hospital staff or by calling the agency direct on 0870 748 8000.
  • Punjabi, Hindi and Urdu are the core languages covered.
  • Also covered are :
  • Bengali, Polish, Kurdish, Chinese, Farsi, Arabic, Turkish and Gujarati along with Mirpuri and Sylheti dialects.
  • In core languages the Agency guarantees an interpreter within two hours.
  • Other languages are also offered - please contact the Agency for advice.
  • The Patient Advice and Liaison Service (PALS) can provide advice and support for accessing these services.
  • They can be contacted on 0800 052 1195 or by visiting the office in the South Corridor.
  • Registered assistance dogs are generally welcomed in all areas although departments with high risk from infection, such as intensive care units, should be contacted in advance.
  • The assistance dog spending area is located to the left of the Trust HQ building. Please click here to view the site map
  • Switchboard staff are Type Talk aware.
  • A textphone is available in the Outpatients Department.
  • Help with luggage is available for inpatients.
  • The mobility aids available in the hospital include mobile hoists, wheelchairs, motorised wheelchairs, tri wheel walkers, shower chairs, bath hoists, commodes, walking sticks, walking frames, hoist slings, adjustable beds and crutches.
  • There is no charge for mobility aids.
  • To obtain mobility aids please contact a nurse/doctor.
  • There is not a mobility scooter charging point at the hospital.
  • Portable hearing loop systems are not available at the hospital.
  • Children are generally welcomed in most departments but should be accompanied by an adult.