Your Award Winning Station Serving Maidstone Hospital.
Hospital Radio Maidstone is located in the county of Kent in the South East of the UK and broadcasts to the patients, visitors and staff of Maidstone General Hospital and also to those patients recovering and recieveing care at their home after a stay in hospital. We operate 24 hours a day, seven days a week, every day of the year.
We are always looking for Volunteers, if you are interested in joining the team at HRM, check out the station’s Frequently Asked Questions Here!
On Air Across Maidstone Hospital, On Channel 1 & 3 Of Your Bedside Dial and Online via the Internet.
If you heard us while in Hospital and are now recovering at home, then why not continue listerning! HRM’s Energy Channel is available online by clicking on the webpage player in the side bar on the top right or using the tunein app on your smart phone or tablet.
For more ways to listen visit the How To Listen Page.
Hospital Radio Maidstone has two channels dedicated to playing the music our patients in the Hospital want to hear from the 40's, right through to today.
- Channel 1: Energy
- Channel 3: Choice
On the hour every hour you can hear the latest news from the studios of our colleagues at Sky News Radio.
We also provide Hospital and local resource information from shop opening times to details of the nearest transport links.
If you would like to request a song to be played or make a dedication for a patient currently staying in Maidstone Hospital , please call us on 01622 224747.
HRM Outside Events 2015
Stay tuned for the 2015 dates!
HRM Support And Thanks
HRM would like to say thanks to the following companies and organisations for helping to support us.
- Maidstone & Tunbridge Wells NHS Trust
- Quazar International
- Department of Health
- Elite Solutions
- A & D Fisheries
- David Stephens
- Kier (Wallis)
- Bose UK
- National Blood Service
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Hospital Radio Maidstone is a registered charity (253068) and is run entirely by volunteers, dedicating their spare time to broadcasting to the patients of Maidstone Hospital seven days a week as well as providing vital supporting roles in engineering, fund raising, record library duties, programming and of course request collecting.