Hayward House

Hayward House is a specialist palliative care unit in the grounds of the City Hospital. It provides high quality care centred on the needs of patients and their families. Its aim is to enrich the quality of life through the skills of an experienced and caring team. Hayward House offers palliative care from diagnosis, through the interim periods of advancing disease, up to and including end of life care.

Patients’ pain and other symptoms are addressed; so too are emotional, spiritual and social problems of both patients and their families. A bereavement/counselling service is also provided.

Hayward House entranceHayward House Garden

Contact and find us

Staff at Hayward House will provide advice, knowledge and support on all aspects of palliative care for healthcare staff based at Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust and for community staff.

Contact us

Hayward House Direct
Tel: 0115 962 7619 

Hayward House Main reception
Tel: 0115 969 1169 Ext. 56619 

Hayward House Nurses station
Tel: 0115 969 1169 Ext. 57079 

Hayward House office
Tel: 0115 969 1169 Ext. 57080 
Fax: 0115 962 7779

Twitter @NUHEOLC


Our location

The Palliative care team are based

Hayward House
Nottingham City Hospital
Nottingham University Hospital NHS Trust

Public transport Nottingham City Transport

  • Buses on Blue Line, Purple Line, Brown Line and Grey 53 travel to City Hospital.
  • Trent Barton bus -  141 and The Threes. Get off at the Green Entrance.
  • Medilink -  Get off at the Green Entrance and cross the road to Hayward House


Volunteers play a key role in supporting staff to provide the best possible care for patients.

Click below if you are interested in volunteering: https://bit.ly/2UlzzGv

Car parking

A pay and display car park for visitors is available in close proximity to the Unit.  It is possible to drop passengers off at the main entrance to Hayward House but the car would then need to be parked in the pay and display car park. There are designated car spaces for disabled badge holders at Hayward House and near medicine south entrance. For relatives who need to stay for prolonged periods of time, please ask the nurse in charge about car park passes.

Please do not leave any valuables in your car and ensure it is securely locked.