Skegness Hospital

Skegness Hospital provides a number of services to the local community.

Skegness Hospital, Dorothy Avenue, Skegness, Lincolnshire, PE25 2BS

 Telephone: 01754 762 401

Outpatients Department

This busy department provides a wide range of services including outpatient clinics that are managed by consultants and registered nurses, phlebotomy (collection of blood supplies) and INR (warfarin - a drug to inhibit blood clots) service and also some minor surgery.  Outpatient staff work with a wide range of specialities including:

  • general surgery
  • general medicine (treatment for diseases such as asthma, diabetes and arthritis)
  • gynaecology (dealing with the health of the female reproductive system)
  • orthopaedics (injuries and diseases to bones, muscles, tendons, ligaments)
  • ophthalmology  (eye problems)
  • urology  (male and female urinary tract system and the male reproductive organs)
  • ear, nose and throat
  • orthodontics  (dentistry)

Referral to outpatients is via Choose & Book.

Outpatient services operate from 8.30am to 5pm Monday to Friday excluding Bank Holidays.

Gloucester and Scarbrough Wards

There are two in-patient wards at Skegness Hospital. A 24 bed unit on Gloucester Ward and a 15 bed unit on Scarbrough Ward which includes three palliative care beds (for the relief of the pain, symptoms and stress of serious illness).

The hospital supports patients back into the community, and their homes, by working closely with other services. If more specialist care is needed, the hospital staff have an arrangement to transfer patients into more acute care with the Acute Hospital Trust

All health care and social service professionals can admit patients to the wards.  There is also a self-referral system on Scarbrough Ward for patients who need specialist care at nearing the end of life. 

The ward staff work hard to maintain a close working relationship with community colleagues, carers, patient friends and all those involved in caring for the patient.

Blood Testing (Phlebotomy)

Blood testing services are available at Skegness Hospital every weekday on an appointment basis between 8.30am and 12.30pm. 

Urgent Care Centre

The Urgent Care Centre (formerly known as Accident and Emergency) is open 24 hours a day for urgent assessment, diagnosis and treatment of a range of illnesses and injuries. Patients can walk into the Urgent Care Centre without an appointment. 

Lymphoedema Service

Lymphoedema is a swelling of the tissues which occurs when fluid builds up due to poor lymphatic drainage. It can involve any part of the body, but is most common in the arms or legs.

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Car Parking

Parking charges are £1 for the first hour then £2 until midnight. Only the following coins are accepted: £1, 50p, 20p, 10p, 5p. (These prices were correct at the time of publishing).


Dorothy Avenue
PE25 2BS