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ROAD WORK UPDATES - Please do not follow postcode or Road name on Sat Nav as it is a new road and will not show up!

From South M6
Exit at Junc 32

AT THE FIRST SLIP ROAD EXIT TOWARDS GARSTANG PRESTON
AT THE ROUNDABOUT TAKE THE THIRD EXIT
AT THE 2ND ROUND ABOUT TAKE 2 EXIT (THIS WILL SAY ROAD CLOSED THIS IS THE EXIT YOU TAKE)
YOU ARE NOW ON D'URTON LANE BEAR LEFT WITH THE LANE AND WE ARE 100M ON THE LEFT
BEFORE THE BRIDGE

From North M6
Exit at Junc 32

AT THE ROUNDABOUT TAKE THE THIRD EXIT
AT THE 2ND ROUND ABOUT TAKE 2 EXIT (THIS WILL SAY ROAD CLOSED THIS IS THE EXIT YOU TAKE)
YOU ARE NOW ON D'URTON LANE BEAR LEFT WITH THE LANE AND WE ARE 100M ON THE LEFT
BEFORE THE BRIDGE

IF YOU HAVE ANY PROBLEM REACHING US PLEASE CALL 01772 860884 AND WE WILL DIRECT YOU THE BEST WE CAN
 
Major roadworks in place from April 18th 2017. Please scroll down this page for detailed information. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.
 
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Durton Lane
Preston, PR3 5LD
 
First Trust Hospital is a privately owned, independent hospital situated in its own grounds north of Preston. It was established in April 2005. As a hospital we are registered by the Care Quality Commission and we work closely with their inspectors to ensure that we meet and maintain excellence of service.
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Quality Service of Care
All our staff are comitted to offering excellent standards of care, meeting patient needs and expectations. The staff at First Trust Hospital will provide a safe, effective and efficient environment in which to promote the highest quality service to all users
Our aim
Our aim is to provide the highest possible standards of care for all our patients. First Trust Hospital maintains a relaxed and friendly atmosphere making your stay in hospital as comfortable as possible. We maintain the privacy and dignity of our patients at all times during your treatment. At all times patients can be assured that their care is confidential. All staff are given training to ensure that the quality of care is up to date and of the highest competence.