On-site facilities available to patients and visitors at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital include:
There is a WH Smith store located next to the entrance to West Outpatients.
This is located on Level 1 of the East Atrium, open 8.00am to 8.00pm weekdays and 12 noon to 6.00pm at weekends.
A women’s fashion shop, located on Level 2 of the West Atrium, open 9.00am to 5.30pm Monday to Friday and 12 noon to 5.30pm on Saturdays.
Restaurants and Coffee shops
The main hospital restaurant, is in the West Atrium, Level 1, and serves hot and cold meals and drinks from 7:00am to 8.00pm, seven days a week.
There is a coffee shop in the East Outpatient reception area and a Costa coffee shop in the West Outpatient reception area, both are open between 9:00am and 5.00pm.
There is also a large coffee shop, the Pod, outside the entrance to East Outpatients (open 7:00am to 1:00am weekdays and 11am – 1am at weekends) and another cafe called Cafe Pure (open Mon-Fri 7:30am-6pm, Sat 9am-4pm, Sun 10am-3pm) located within WH Smith outside the West Outpatients entrance.
Vending machines can also be found in waiting and reception areas throughout the hospital and supply both cold and hot drinks as well as snacks.
There are vending machines in waiting and reception areas supplying hot and cold drinks as well as snacks.
The hospital has two cash dispensing machines, both provided by the Nationwide building society. The first is on Level 2 of the East Atrium, the second is in the WH Smith shop located outside West Outpatients on Level 2. The machines are part of the Link network and accept the vast majority of cash machine cards.
There is free public wi-fi across the hospital for patients and visitors. Users need to select the ‘NNUHT Public WiFi’ network and create an account and register with a username and password. Users are then able to use this network by logging in with their username and password details.
Toilets and Baby Changing
The hospital has toilets in all the public areas. A number of the toilets are single cubicles which can be used by either men or women. Toilets designed for the disabled carry the disabled sign but they can also be used by the able-bodied and are for use by both sexes. There are also baby-changing rooms in a number of locations and main reception staff can be asked for directions to the nearest one.
Children’s Play Area
There is an outdoor children’s playground next to the Jenny Lind Children’s Hospital on Level 2 of the West block. It has safety flooring and is designed for children under the age of 10. Children must be supervised at all times by a parent or carer.
Payphones and Postboxes
The hospital has public payphones in all the main reception/waiting areas. These provide free phone access to a local taxi service. There are also payphones in all day rooms. Royal Mail postboxes can be found outside the West Outpatient entrance and one on Level 2 of the East Atrium.