St Michael's Hospital, Warwick

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St. Michael's Hospital
Coventry and Warwickshire Partnership NHS Trust
St Michaels Hospital entrance -Warwick 19a08.JPG
The main entrance
Location St. Michael's Road,
England, United Kingdom
Coordinates 52°17′19″N 1°35′40″W / 52.2887°N 1.5945°W / 52.2887; -1.5945Coordinates: 52°17′19″N 1°35′40″W / 52.2887°N 1.5945°W / 52.2887; -1.5945
Care system Public NHS
Hospital type Specialist
Emergency department No Accident & Emergency
Speciality Psychiatric hospital
Founded 1995
Lists Hospitals in the United Kingdom

St. Michael's Hospital is a National Health Service psychiatric hospital situated in Warwick, Warwickshire, England run by Coventry and Warwickshire Partnership NHS Trust. It was founded in 1995, largely to replace the outdated Central Hospital in the nearby village of Hatton. The hospital was officially opened by Queen Elizabeth II on 8 November 1996. The wards on the hospital are named after trees, i.e. Ferndale, Larches, Willowvale and Hazelwood and there is a day centre called Cedarwood.

There is also a caged outdoor basketballnetballtennis area for use by patients, taking up what was car parking space. The café is run by the Women's Royal Voluntary Service.

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