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Royal Cornwall Hospital

Treliske, Truro, TR1 3LJ

St Michael’s Hospital

Trelissick Road, Hayle, TR27 4JA

West Cornwall Hospital

St Clare Street, Penzance, TR18 2PF

Non-urgent advice: Site access and parking restrictions

Access to our hospital will sometime be affected by the current building programme. Find information about current access arrangements as well as our many construction projects at the Royal Cornwall Hospital (Treliske) and at West Cornwall Hospital (Penzance).

Site access and parking restrictions during construction

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For information about our latest vacancies, and what you can expect from working with us, click here to view our dedicated careers website.


For information about the RCHT Charity, including how to get involved and donate, click here to view our dedicated Charity website.


For information about our Maternity Services, including antenatal care, labour and birth units, postnatal care, and more, click here to view our dedicated maternity website.


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Latest news

Major Construction Projects Shortlisted for National Awards

We are delighted to have been named as a finalist in two categories at this year’s Construction News Awards.  The Critical Care Healing Garden is up for the Community Engagement Project of the Year. Staff on the Critical Care Unit […]

Royal Cornwall Hospital car park changes and roadworks February to April 2024

As we prepare our site for the new Women and Children’s Hospital, we can expect significant parking and access disruption, with limits on parking spaces. There are also likely to be delays getting in and out of the car parks, particularly at the start and end of the day.

Cornwall Research Project Using Virtual Reality as Distraction Therapy for Cancer Patients Publishes Results

A doctor at the Royal Cornwall Hospitals Trust (RCHT) has conducted his own research on cancer patients using a virtual reality headset as a distraction therapy.

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