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Spire Norwich Hospital

Spire Norwich Hospital is situated just off the A47 southern bypass, close to the University of East Anglia and just three miles from the city centre. Norwich is just over 100 miles from London and Stansted Airport is approximately 75 minutes by car.

Old Watton Road,
Colney, Norwich,
NR4 7TD

Email: info@spirenorwich.com
Hospital reception: 01603 456 181


Private contact details

Enquiries
01603 255 614

Scans and diagnostics
01603 255 531

Physiotherapy and sports injuries
01603 255 587

Invoice and payment queries
0118 975 4118 or email us

Hospital director
Nayab Haider


How to get here

From the City Centre

Follow the B1108 (Earlham Road) out of Norwich passing the University of East Anglia on the left. Go down the hill and turn right at the traffic lights sign posted Bowthorpe/Spire Hospital on to Old Watton Road. For the main hospital take the first entrance on the left. For outpatients (Hill House Consulting Rooms) continue along Old Watton Road, taking the second entrance on the left.

From the A47 Southern Bypass

Leave the A47 at the B1108 junction signposted Norwich/Watton. Go along the B1108 towards Norwich for 1.2 miles, continuing through two sets of traffic lights. At the third set of lights turn left, signposted Bowthorpe/Spire Hospital, on to Old Watton Road. For the main hospital take the first entrance on the left. For outpatients (Hill House Consulting Rooms) continue along Old Watton Road, taking the second entrance on the left.

By train

Spire Norwich Hospital is approximately three miles from Norwich train station.

By bus

Please click here for the local bus timetable

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