Forth Valley Royal Hospital provides a wide range of inpatient, outpatient and day services including:
Critical Care (High Dependency and Intensive Care Services), Emergency Care, Cardiology, Medical and surgical services, Children’s Services (including Neonatal Ward, Labour Suite and Children’s Ward), Maternity Services, Renal Unit, Oncology (Cancer) Unit, Ambulatory Care (Endoscopy, Day Medicine Services and Day Surgery),Theatres, Day Hospital, Learning Disabilities, Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Gynaecology Services, Radiology/Xray and Imaging Services.
Outpatient Clinics including:
- Cardiac Rehabilitation
- Cardiology Investigations
- Dental Services (NHS charges may apply, where appropriate)
- Diabetic Retinal Screening
- Ear, Nose and Throat
- Early Pregnancy Assessment Unit
- Gynaecology and Maternity Clinics
- Neuro Physiology
- Movement Disorder
- Occupational Health
- Oral Surgery
If an appointment has been arranged for you, but is not convenient, please contact the appointments office to make alternative arrangements. The contact number will be given with your appointment card.
If you are not able to attend for any reason, please tell us as soon as possible so we can reschedule your appointment and arrange for someone else to be seen in your place. Office hours are 8.30 am – 5 pm on Mondays – Thursdays, and 8.30 am – 4.30 pm on Fridays.
When you contact the hospital, please quote your hospital number, which you will find on your appointment card.
When you arrive
Our reception staff will welcome you and complete the very few formalities required.
Patients are called according to appointment times given. Some patient consultations can take longer than others and this can affect the appointment system.
Delays may be caused because investigations have to be carried out after patients have been seen by medical staff. Occasionally, medical staff may be delayed in theatres or on the wards however, if this happens and you have to wait, our clinical staff will give you an explanation.
If the doctor asks you to book in for another appointment, please make sure you return to the reception desk where you will be given the date and time of your next appointment.
A shopping area in the Foyer includes a bank autoteller, newsagent, multiple food outlets and coffee shops.
These are available throughout the hospital. If you need a wheelchair, please speak to the reception staff when you arrive. Find out more about our facilities.
NHS Forth Valley operates a strict NO SMOKING policy.
Interpretation and Translation
Interpretation and translation services can be arranged for health related appointments, if required. There are organised by NHS Forth Valley staff so please contact the relevant service or department before your visit.
Suggestions & Complaints
If you want to make a suggestion or complaint, please speak to the clinician in charge of your care or ask to speak to the member of staff in charge of the department, in order that matters are dealt with as quickly and directly as possible. If you do not feel comfortable doing this, our Complaint Service staff can offer advice and support towards dealing with any concerns.