*** At present due to Covid members are broadcasting from home so no
presence in the Hospital – Keep Safe ***
When you reach your hospital bed, follow the instructions on the bedside screen to get yourself set up on the TV. It only takes a few moments and then you’re all set.
If you have problems getting started, just pick up your bedside phone to speak to the Hospedia Customer Care Team. This is always a FREE call from the bedside, and their advisors are available 24-hours a day, seven days a week to help.
Download and Listen to Hospital Radio Exeter from our App wherever you are and on any appropriate device!
It is FREE and works on Android and iOS devices. Go to your App Store now
Also available on Radioline App
You can listen to Hospital Radio Exeter online via your computer or connected device.
You can access the live player at any time directly using this link.
“Alexa, enable Hospital Radio Exeter!” It’s that easy to get our Alexa skill enabled on your Amazon ‘Alexa’ compatible device. Once enabled, just simply say “Alexa, play Hospital Radio Exeter” and the radio station will start playing. You’ll then be able to listen to Hospital Radio Exeter anywhere you have an ‘Alexa’ device.
We are available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year on Hospedia
All you have to do is press the Radio button on your touch screen monitor and select channel one
Listening to Hospital Radio Exeter on Hospedia is absolutely free!
Hospital Radio Exeter such a great tonic.
There presenters are so professional. And playing proper music. The shows are really good and interesting hats off to Exeter!
Grateful patient in 2021
What a team you have! We loved listening while my wife was in the RD&E at the end of last year!
James on Twitter
Thank you to Exeter Chiefs Foundation for supporting us
As an Assistall charity partner, each charity receives an equal share of 50% of the profits raised each year. This funding helps charities to carry out their vital work throughout our local communities and around the world.
Hospital Radio Exeter is proud to be a member of the
Hospital Broadcasting Association