The Centre is an inspiring venue for conferences, exhibitions, training days and meetings. We have a great reputation within the healthcare sector and beyond.
With huge experience in medical education and event organisation, not to mention cutting-edge equipment, in-house audio-visual experts and flexible, attractive spaces, we’ve got everything you need to make a great impression.
Throughout the year we host a wide range of stimulating events. We look forward to seeing you there.
MAKE A GREAT IMPRESSION
Our events are listed below and are regularly updated. Take a look and find out everything you need to know about a particular course or training session. If you’d like to book a place, click on the book now button to register your interest with the ECC team and secure your place.
2018 East Midlands & Trent Falls Symposium
Date: Monday, 25th June 2018
Venue: The Education & Conference Centre, City Hospital, Hucknall Road, Nottingham, NG5 1PB
Please find below a link to programme details and booking form:
British Geriatric Society Conferences
Frailty & Urgent Care - Hospital Wide Comprehensive Geriatric Assessment
This conference is held jointly with the Royal College of Emergency Medicine and the Society of Acute Medicine:
Date: 25 th May 2018
Venue: Horizon, Leeds
Registration Page: http://bit.ly/FrailtyUrgentCare18
Loneliness in Older People and it's Impact on Health
Date: 13th June 2018
Venue: Wellcome Collection, Euston Road, London
Registration Page: http://bit.ly/Lone18
National Osteoporosis Society Events
Date: 2-4 December 2018
Venue: Birmingham ICC
The UK’s leading event on osteoporosis and bone health.
Save up to £300 with Earlybird tickets for the only event in the UK that you need to be at if you work in bone health.
Three days designed with you in mind:
· the latest research
· innovative ideas
· 800 delegates
· world-leading experts
· packed exhibition hall
· endless opportunities
Book now: www.nos.org.uk/conference
Twitter: #osteo2018 @OsteoporosisHCP
Mellanby Course: Diagnostic test for osteoporosis
Date: 13 and 14 June 2018
Venue: Sheffield, UK
Attend one of both days of this unique and practical training course. Learn from the experts at the Mellanby Centre how to use bone turnover makers in your clinical practice and the best ways to identify vertebral fractures.
Discounts available for AHPs: www.nos.org.uk/mellanby
ECC Just got smarter
Re-launch Event 27th September at 12 noon
We look forward to welcoming you to the newly refurbished ECC. Showcasing our modern facilities, and our up to the minute AV/IT equipment, which will enable us to offer an excellent training environment and IT connectivity for all colleagues within the Trust and external organisations.
Drop in sessions will take place between 2:30pm and 5:00pm.
We are very proud of the new facilities we can offer to our existing clients and colleagues and look forward to welcoming you back to the centre. As well as encouraging other new organisations, companies and healthcare professionals.
A CITY OF OPPORTUNITY
Nottingham is a lively, contemporary city with a compact centre that’s easy to explore. A vibrant mix of the old and the new, it offers something for everyone, from world-class sporting events to critically acclaimed art, from beautiful historic houses to a fantastic music scene.
Take in the latest art exhibition at Nottingham Contemporary, watch a play at the outstanding Nottingham Playhouse, wander the deer park at Wollaton Hall or catch a match at Trent Bridge cricket ground. Discover why Nottingham’s got such a great reputation for shopping, and take your pick from hundreds of restaurants, pubs, cafés and bars.
With an exciting calendar of events including fairs, festivals and sporting fixtures, however long you spend in the city, there’s plenty to keep you busy. Find out more at www.experiencenottinghamshire.co.uk.
HOW TO FIND US
WAYS TO REACH US
» Travelling by tram
Although the City Hospital is not directly served by the tram, you can use it to get to Wilkinson Street Park and Ride. Wilkinson Street is served by the tram running between Hucknall/Phoenix Park and Nottingham city centre (including Nottingham railway station). From Wilkinson Street you can use the free Medilink Bus service to the City Hospital.
Wilkinson Street park and ride is open daily from 6am to 1am.
» Travelling by bus
The following bus services stop at the City Hospital:
- Services operated by Nottingham City Transport: buses on Blue Line, Purple Line, Brown Line.
- Services operated by Trent Barton: 141, The Threes.
Our free Medilink bus service also runs every 10 minutes, Monday to Friday, from 7:40am until 6pm. Before 7:40am and after 6pm a Medilink service is available, at less frequent intervals. between Queen's Drive and Wilkinson Street park and ride sites and QMC and City Hospital. Parking is free at both park and ride sites and all Medilink buses are wheelchair accessible. For more details visit our park and ride/Medilink page.
Staff Travel Discount: The NUH Travel to Work Scheme allows staff to take advantage of the discounted advance travel pass rates offered by most transport operators.
» Park and ride
The nearest park and ride to the City Hospital is on Wilkinson Street, off Nottingham's ring road. To find it using Sat Nav or Google Maps use the postcode NG7 7NW.
Wilkinson Street park and ride is open daily from 6am to 1am. Wilkinson Street has 600 lit parking spaces, patrolled regularly by on-site security staff and viewed by CCTV, and equipped with emergency help points. The site is fully accessible for wheelchairs.
Wilkinson Street is also served by the NET Nottingham tram, running between Hucknall/Phoenix Park and Nottingham city centre (including Nottingham railway station).
» Travelling by bike
Directions and travel to City Hospital
There are excellent cycle tracks leading to the City Hospital. The UK Charity Sustrans, in partnership with NUH and Cycle City Guides, has produced an NUH Cycle Map. You can plan your journey to the hospital online by visiting the National Cycle Journey Planner.
Alternatively, if you’re cycling around Nottingham, the free online cycle maps of the north and south of the city give lots of information and tips to help you get around safely and easily.
You can see the map and find out more information on the City Council website at nottinghamcity.gov.uk/cycling.
Parking your bike at City Hospital
We have spaces for over 100 bicycles in prominent locations across the campus, including near the South Entrance, North Entrance, Green Entrance and Cityside Restaurant.
Click here to view a map of the site for further guidance on bicycle parking locations.
» Travelling by car
If you’re using a Sat Nav, please use the postcode NG5 1PB for directions to the City Hospital.
City Hospital car parks
Please make sure you park in car parks designated for public parking (as indicated by the blue P symbol or blue disabled parking symbol on the map of the City Hospital site). There are a number of areas available for public parking at City Hospital, including:
- All roadside spaces on South Road (from Gate 3)
- Purple entrance car park - close to North corridor (medical and surgical wards)
- Yellow car park - close to Yellow entrance, near to Gate 5
- Green car park - close to Green entrance and Hayward House
- Physiotherapy car park - close to physiotherapy outpatients and x-ray
- Blue entrance car park - close to outpatients, maternity and x-ray
Follow signs when you arrive at City Hospital.
Please be aware that the Trust is not responsible for any public car parks near or adjacent to the hospital site which are operated by third parties.
Pay and display car parking machines require exact change. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.
0-15 minutes - Free
16 minutes to 1 hour - £2
1-2 hours - £4
2-4 hours - £5
More than 4 hours - £6
1 week - £15
Disabled car parking
Parking for blue badge holders is free in designated blue badge spaces (but not within the main paid-for barrier-controlled car parks).
If there are no official spaces available, blue badge holders may park anywhere on site not marked with red lines, provided they do so in a safe and proper manner and they do not impede ambulance/fire engine access.