Contact us

General enquiries

For all general enquiries to our Royal Preston Hospital, Chorley and South Ribble Hospital or our Specialist Mobility Rehabilitation Centre please contact our switchboard team on 01772 716565. The phone number is in operation 24/7.

Alternatively, you can also email enquiries@lthtr.nhs.uk. This inbox is monitored Monday – Friday, 9am – 5pm. For out-of-hours or weekend enquiries, please call the above number.

Outpatient appointments

If you would like to discuss your Outpatient appointment, please contact the department on 01772 524555 or email outpatient@lthtr.nhs.uk including your patient NHS number, Full Name and Date of Birth, along with a daytime telephone number.

Jobs and recruitment enquiries

All current vacancies can be found on our current vacancies page. This includes details of all jobs and how to apply for them. Please do not send your CV to us directly – we cannot accept job applications unless they are made through our current vacancies page.

If you have any general queries in relation to Recruitment, please email recruit@lthtr.nhs.uk or telephone 01257 247000, selecting option 1.

Media enquiries

For all media enquiries please email communication@lthtr.nhs.uk. This inbox is monitored Monday – Friday, 9am – 5pm. For out-of-hours enquiries, including weekends, please contact switchboard on 01772 716 565 and explain that it is a media enquiry.

Concerns and complaints

Patient concerns or complaints should be directed to our Patient Advice and Liaison Service who are available by phone on 07591988962 or by emailing PALS@lthtr.nhs.uk.

Sharing compliments and feedback

We aim to provide the best healthcare possible and it is very rewarding for staff to receive recognition or acknowledgement of the level of service they have provided. Compliments or messages of support can be sent directly to the staff concerned or addressed to the Chair of the Trust. Please email PALS@lthtr.nhs.uk.

Freedom of information

Freedom of Information requests should be made directly via the FOI section of our website Freedom Of Information

Access your Health Records

Under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) you, or an authorised representative, have the right to access your health record. For all the details, please see our Health Records page.

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