Tyrone County Hospital

Tyrone County Hospital is an enhanced local hospital which offers a range of services, including a 24-hour Urgent Care and Treatment Centre, cardiac assessment unit, renal unit, inpatient rehabilitation and palliative care services, day case theatres, X-Ray, laboratory and a comprehensive range of outpatient services. 


Find out more about services provided at Tyrone County Hospital.


The hospital site consists of a range of buildings including:

  • Main Hospital Block ward areas, medical imaging, theatres, day case unit, renal unit, urgent care and treatment centre, women and children’s centre and cardiac assessment unit)
  • Outpatients Department (OPD)
  • Post Graduate Centre
  • Riverside House (Outpatients department, diabetes unit, ear, nose and throat unit, audiology, physiotherapy)
  • Nurses Home / Administration
  • Laboratory.

The majority of buildings have two or more entrances accessible to visitors and are signposted on the site.


All wards / departments are signposted throughout the hospital.  If you require assistance, please ask at the reception desk which is located at the front entrance of the main building.   


There are three main road entrances to the hospital site. These are:

  • Front entrance via Hospital Road leading directly into the site
  • Rear entrance via Killyclogher Road leading directly into the site
  • Entrance via Woodvale Avenue/Hospital Road leading to Riverside House.

Contact Information:
Tyrone County Hospital

Hospital Road


Co Tyrone

BT79 0AP

Tel: (028) 8283 3100


Getting to Tyrone County Hospital 

Public Transport Information 

Site Map 

Car Parking 

Visiting Times

Hospital Restaurants 


Help and Support 

Chaplaincy Service 





Getting to Tyrone County Hospital

Tyrone County Hospital is situated approximately one mile from the town centre of Omagh, on the B4 Hospital Road. It can also be accessed from the A505 Killyclogher Road.

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Public Transport Information

Tyrone County Hospital has two bus stops located on the main roads close to the front and rear entrances to the hospital site. For more information and for bus times please telephone Translink on Tel: (028) 9066 6630 or visit www.translink.co.uk


Site Map

Click here to open a site map of Tyrone County Hospital.


Car Parking

Car parking is provided close to all main entrances. There are ten car parking areas located around the hospital site, providing 275 free car parking spaces including provision for disabled parking.


The main car parks are located at:

  • The front of the hospital, access via the Hospital Road (75 spaces)
  • Ward 12 car park (31 spaces)
  • To the front and rear of the Outpatients Department (38 spaces)
  • To the front and rear of Riverside House (40 spaces)
  • Post Graduate Centre car park (48 spaces)

Visiting Hours

In all of our Hospitals we have specific visiting times to ensure our patients have adequate rest and recuperation, receive timely care and treatment and help maintain hospital hygiene.


Daily visiting is 3pm-4pm and 7pm-8.30pm. The maximum number of visitors is restricted to two per patient at any one time. For details of Exception Arrangements (e.g. Children´s Ward, Maternity Department, Neonatal Unit and Intensive Care please see our Visiting Policy)



Hospital Restaurants 


The canteen is situated in the main hospital building. Opening hours:

  • Monday to Friday - 9.00am - 6.30 pm
  • Saturday & Sunday - 9.00 am - 4.30 pm


Public telephones are located at various points throughout the hospital.


Help and support

If you require assistance when arriving at the hospital, for example, a wheelchair, please ask at reception which is located to your left as you come through the main entrance of the hospital.


Chaplaincy Service

Chaplaincy services are provided by a part-time team comprising Church of Ireland, Methodist, Presbyterian and Roman Catholic chaplains.   The chaplains visit the hospital on a regular basis but arrangements can be made for anyone to contact their own chaplain if they wish.   Visits take place on wards and prayers for healing and the sacrament of Holy Communion are available on request. 


If you are admitted to the hospital, you will have an opportunity to indicate if you would like to be visited by a hospital chaplain or you can ask the nursing staff to contact the chaplaincy service on your behalf. 


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