Frimley Park Hospital is an NHS hospital located in Camberley, Surrey. Together with the other NHS Frimley Health Foundation Trust hospitals, Frimley Park helps provide healthcare services to over 900,000 people across southern counties such as Berkshire, Surrey, Hampshire, and Buckinghamshire.
The hospital was one of only five selected to host a Ministry of Defence Hospital Unit in 1995, with military staff now fully integrated into the workforce to provide care to both members of the military and civilians. Since achieving foundation trust status back in 2005 they have also invested in new departments and better services, including a Special Care Baby Unit (SCBU), a modern eye unit, a new cardiac centre, and an expanded unit for critical care.
After the most recent Care Quality Commision inspection in 2015, Frimley Park Hospital was one of only three in England to be awarded an overall rating of "outstanding".