Yeatman Hospital - Sherborne

COVID-19 UPDATE: In line with new Government restrictions to limit the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus), from Thursday, 5 November, we are no longer allowing visitors into our hospitals and inpatient units.
A small number of exceptions will apply – for people visiting their child or those who wish to spend time with a loved one nearing the end of life. However, no more than one visitor per patient will be allowed. Please contact the hospital or inpatient ward for more details.
We understand these restrictions are very difficult, but are necessary to slow the spread of the virus and keep people safe. Thank you for your patience and understanding.
We are offering a virtual inpatient visiting service where electronic tablets are given to patients to keep in contact with relatives and friends via video.
Outpatient appointments are via video call but a face-to-face appointment will be arranged if required. The NHS e-referral service is open for booking. For further information please review how our services are running or contact the service directly.
If attending a face-to-face appointment, we would recommend you come alone unless it is with a child or someone that needs additional support. Please refer to your appointment letter for specific details on visiting so you are COVID-19 safe and also review our general guidance.

The Yeatman Hospital was founded in 1886 by the friends of the Reverend Harry Farr Yeatman, a local squire and magistrate who was well known and respected by all his friends and associates. Together with the local community they raised £2,471.1s.6d to establish the hospital.

The Yeatman Hospital delivers a wide range of services on behalf of Dorset HealthCare as well as our acute hospitals. We have a 30 bedded in-patient unit called the Willows which includes the Rowan and Beech wards, each with a purpose built end of life suite. End of life care is one of our specialities and we were very proud to have national accreditation for the standard of our care (Gold Standard Framework 2016).

We also provide rehabilitation services from the in-patient unit and our community hub. We focus on wrapping care around the most vulnerable of our local community, aiming to keep them well for as long as possible in their own home. The hub is made up of the community nursing team, the therapy team, the mental health team and the social work team - all working seamlessly to provide a comprehensive and integrated service.

We provide a wide range of outpatient clinics including orthopaedics, urology, ophthalmology and physiotherapy. The Castleton Day Unit is run by Yeovil District Hospital and delivers minor surgery and procedures.

The Yeatman Hospital is a thriving and busy hospital that offers local services to our local community. We are very proud of our reputation and all the services that we deliver. We are very well supported by our local community just as we were a 150 years ago – the spirit lives on.

Friends of the Yeatman Hospital

Chairman of the Friends: David Hayes

Contact: davidhayes1953@hotmail.com

Website: https://friendsoftheyeatman.org.uk/

Address

Hospital Lane
Sherborne
Dorset
DT9 3JU

Reception

01935 813991

Matron

Helen Hunt

Locations

Community Mental Health Team - Adult (Sherborne - Yeatman Hospital)

Ashley Elm House,
Yeatman Hospital,
Sherborne,
DT93JE

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Wifi: Yes

Parking: Yes but charged (2 hospital car parks, 1 local public car park on Acreman Street)

Disabled access: Yes - Wheelchair access available, Disabled toilets available in main hospital

Opening hours: Monday to Friday from 09:00 to 17:00, closed weekends and Public Holidays

District Nursing (Sherborne - Yeatman Hospital)

01305 361552
N/A
Yeatman Hospital,
Hospital Lane,
Sherborne,
DT9 3JU

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WiFi: yes

Parking: Yes

Disabled Access: Yes

Opening Times: 7 days a week from 08.00 to 20.00

Dorset Bladder & Bowel Continence Service (Sherborne - Yeatman Hospital)

Yeatman Hospital,
Hospital Lane,
Sherborne,
DT9 3JU

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WiFi: Yes

Parking: Yes

Disabled Access: Yes

Open Hours: Monday to Friday from 08.30 to 16.30

Dorset Community Pain Service (Sherborne - Yeatman Hospital)

01305 213 040
Yeatman Hospital,
Hospital Lane,
Sherborne,
DT9 3JU

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WiFi: Yes

Parking: Yes

Disabled Access: Yes

Open Hours: Monday to Friday from 09:00 to 17:00 (GP referral only)


Early Supported Discharge Stroke Team (Sherborne - Yeatman Hospital)

01935 601454
N/A
Yeatman Hospital,
Hospital Lane,
Sherborne,
DT9 3JU

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WiFi: Yes

Parking: Yes

Disabled Access: Yes

Integrated Community Rehab Team - ICRT (Sherborne - Yeatman Hospital)

01305 361549
N/A
Yeatman Hospital,
Hospital Lane,
DT9 3JU

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WiFi: Yes

Parking: Yes

Disabled Access: Yes


Minor Injuries Unit - Yeatman Hospital (Sherborne)

01935 813991
N/A
Yeatman Hospital,
Hospital Lane,
Sherborne,
DT9 3JU

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During the COVID-19 outbreak, Yeatman Hospital MIU is temporarily closed, with staff relocated to Shaftesbury and Wimborne MIUs to improve services and extend opening times

 

WiFi: Yes

Parking: Yes

Disabled Access: Yes

Please note that all MIUs will see their last patient 30 minutes before closing.

Usual opening Times (this MIU is not open during COVID-19):

Monday to Friday: 09.00 -18.00
Saturday – Sunday: 10.00- 16.00
Bank Holidays: 10.00 – 16.00

X-ray facilities:
Monday to Friday 09.00 – 17.00
no bank holidays or weekends

Orthotics (Yeatman Hospital)

Hospital Lane,
Sherborne,
DT9 3JU

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WiFi: Yes

Parking: Yes

Disabled Access: Yes

Paediatric SaLT (Sherborne - Yeatman Hospital)

01305 254 743
N/A
Yeatman Hospital,
Hospital Lane,
Sherborne,
DT9 3JU

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WiFi: Yes

Parking: Yes

Disabled Access: Yes

Paediatric SaLT (Sherborne)

Physiotherapy - Outpatients (Sherborne - Yeatman Hospital)

01305 361556
N/A
Yeatman Hospital,
Hospital Lane,
Sherborne,
DT9 3JU

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WiFi: Yes

Parking: Yes

Disabled Access: Yes

Opening Times:

8.30am - 4.30pm


Willows Unit (Sherborne - Yeatman Hospital)

01935 813991
Yeatman Hospital,
Hospital Lane,
Sherborne,
DT9 3JU

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WiFi: Yes

Parking: Yes

Disabled Access: Yes

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