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Freedom of Information Act:
Our Services

Other Services

Other Services provided at the RUH:

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Hospital Radio

Bath Hospital Radio is among the best Hospital Radio stations in the UK providing news, information and favourite music, 24 hours a day.

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The League of Friends

The Friends have raised funds for the Trust since it was established by a small group of volunteers in 1957.

The Friends now have a working force of 300 volunteers who help and support in a variety of ways throughout the hospital.

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Art at the Heart of the RUH

Art at the Heart presents a high quality programme of arts within the RUH for the benefit of patients, staff and visitors.

The programme covers the visual arts, music and literature through exhibitions, performances & readings together with participatory workshops for patients and staff.

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RUHX is the official NHS charity of the Royal United Hospitals Bath.

We go further to give every patient the extra extraordinary care they deserve, while supporting our staff to do what they do best and furthering innovation within our hospitals. We’re out there in our community, collaborating with the people and organisations who drive real change. And we’re making sure that every penny we raise goes towards improving health, happiness and wellbeing for everyone
in Bath and beyond.

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Chargeable Services

Contact the Trust's Publication Scheme Co-ordinator for confirmation of any services where the Trust is required to collect a fee.

Julie Clark, FOI Coordinator
Royal United Hospitals Bath NHS Foundation Trust
Combe Park


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Patient information leaflets and other booklets and newsletters

The Trust has lots of information available for patients coming into Royal United Hospital for inpatient treatment, information on what arrangements they need to make before coming in; our admission procedures and what we do to make their stay as comfortable as possible.

It also provides information about our facilities and where to go for advice or support should there be a problem.

Leaflets are also available in the main entrance and within display stands and leaflet racks within the hospital, community hospitals, GP surgeries and local libraries.

A lot of information is also available on line via individual ward pages on our internet service.

Our newsletter for GP's and primary care staff (RUH Matters) provides news and developments within the Trust. These are available on-line here

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