Medical Outpatients Department
This review is especially helpful for those who have or use the following: Powerchair
This review is about Medical Outpatients which is part of Royal Derby Hospital.
Transport & Parking
Closest entrance for Medical Outpatients is the Main Entrance and Bus Stop A. Nearest car park is 8 but it is usually full. They recomend giving yourself an hour to park.
There were seats along the corridor up to medical outpatients. Reception had a lowered counter and low and high backed seats. They all had arm rests. Reception has a lowered counter.They had a seated set of weighing scales but there were no facilities in room to weigh or measure your height any other way if you can't stand and transfer.
The accessible toilet had enough space to turn and to have a carer assist you. The grab rails were blue and around the toilet and sink. The toilet was left hand transfer but it may be awkward as they've put the emergency cord in the way. There was a lowered coat hook. Toilet sign was in pictures not words.