Marton Road, Middlesbrough, TS4 3AF
Tel: 01642 837300
About the hospital
Roseberry Park is made up of a number of self contained ward units, clustered around closed landscaped courtyards. It has 365 inpatient beds and all the single, en-suite bedrooms are on the ground floor. The facilities are complemented by various activity and recreational areas with ready access to safe and secure courtyards and gardens.
See more of Roseberry Park here in our picture gallery.
Wards and services at Roseberry Park
Inpatient services are supported by our physiotherapy, occupational therapy and psychology teams
Please contact reception on Tel: 01642 837300 for individual ward visiting times.
Ridgeway visiting times and visitors information can be found here
Roseberry Park is approx. 10 minutes by car from Middlesbrough railway station. There are bus stops on Marton Road, just outside the Roseberry Park site and in the adjacent James Cook University Hospital site.
Download this leaflet for travel information and directions to Roseberry Park.
Free car parking is available on site.
This car park is monitored by an external company, Excel Parking. Please make sure you park according to the notices displayed in the car park.
A vehicle monitoring scheme is in place in the car park at Roseberry Park. Each vehicle entering the site will be identified from its registration plate by a camera system. Visitors must place their car registration numbers into the two touch screens in either of the two reception areas within 20 minutes of arrival or be liable for a fixed penalty notice of £40. Please ensure that you input your car registration details correctly.
Drivers must park according to the parking notices, which include parking only in bays, not on yellow lines. Only blue badge holders can park in blue badge areas. A fixed penalty notice of £40 will be issued for people not complying with the signs.
Drivers must exit the car park using a 4 digit code available from reception.
Café Meos is open daily Monday to Saturday, from 9am until 6pm and Sundays from 9am until 4pm. The restaurant offers hot and cold meals, snacks and drinks including:
- hot drinks
- snacks and confectionary
- baked items
- pasta, salads and fruit
- sandwiches, wraps and rolls
- soup and jacket potatoes
- main meals, including vegetarian options
- hot puddings
The shop (opening hours are the same as Café Meos) also offers a range of snacks and drinks as well as newspapers and magazines, small gifts, health and beauty products, toiletries, CDs and DVDs. Vending machines are also available out-of-hours, serving hot and cold drinks, chocolates and crisps.
Faith centre and chaplaincy service
The faith centre is available to everyone - to service users, carers, visitors and staff and to people of any faith or no particular faith. It is a place where all can come to find a measure of quiet and peace.
Our chaplains can offer, among other things, a listening ear and support, especially at times of crisis or bereavement.They can help you to think things through and make sense of experiences. They can offer a chance to pray and take part in worship, receive sacraments of the church or make contact with a local leader of a person's faith.
There is a chaplain on call from 8.00am to 8.00pm every day of the year. They can be contacted through a member of staff or by the hospital switchboard.
We follow the National Standards of Cleanliness guidelines to ensure all areas are cleaned to the highest standard. We have been awarded the nationally recognised ‘hospitality assured’ accreditation, which reflects our commitment to ensuring quality standards within the hospital.
Artwork at Roseberry Park
There are a series of inspirational and calming pieces of artwork around both the interior and exterior of Roseberry Park.
Awards for Roseberry Park
Winner of the RIBA Award 2012 and RIBA North East Client of the Year 2012, for it's outstanding contribution to the improvement of both the patient and built environment.
Winner of the RIBA Northern Network Awards 2011 – Gold Award and Hadrian Award for North East Project of the Year.
Highly commended for ‘best mental health design’ in the Building Better Healthcare Awards 2010