Abbey Ward is our emergency surgical assessment and triage unit, ... Exeter EX2 5DW Our postnatal ward is in the Centre for Women's Health, ... Clyst Acute Stroke Unit specialises in caring for people who have had a stroke or Transient Ischaemic Attack (TIA) or Mini Stroke. Our labour ward has 10 individual birthing rooms, one of which has a birthing pool.
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The unit has 14 adult beds, of which six are side rooms, and one paediatric bed. Often people will require more than one visit to our services, so over time a strong relationship is built up between staff, patients and their relatives. This is a jointly commissioned team responsible for the safe transfer of critically ill children across South West England and South Wales, including to specialist paediatric centres in Bristol and Cardiff. care and rehabilitation to a mixed age range of patients, helping to promote independence and mobility. Some women might need to come to the antenatal care ward before the birth of their baby. Lowman Ward specialises in caring for people with endocrine disorders and those requiring general medical care. General Medicine and Endocrinology (concerned with the health of the hormonal system). © Royal Devon and Exeter NHS Foundation Trust, RD&E, Barrack Road, Exeter, EX2 5DW, Tel: 01392 411611. To contact the ward, call 01392 406680; 01392 406684 or 01392 406688.
Through our coordinated approach, we provide patients and their families with the highest level of care in a safe and comfortable environment, in an atmosphere of kindness, dignity and respect. Patients are supported by a multidisciplinary team consisting of nurses, doctors, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, pharmacists, health care assistants, housekeeping and administrators, with other health care professionals, such as Dieticians, available as required. Rebuilt in 1310, it is the oldest bridge in Devon and for over seven hundred years constituted part of the main road connection between Exeter and London. Woodbury Park Golf Club Captains Daryn Hunt and Mickie Ward have raised £10,500 to help with the rehabilitation of stroke patients on Clyst Ward at the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital. We provide services for the following groups of patients: Creedy is a 25 bedded acute renal ward made up of three bays, each with six beds, as well as seven side rooms. Led by nurses and therapists, patients are supported by a multidisciplinary team consisting of nurses, a ward doctor, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, pharmacists, auxiliary staff, housekeeping and administrators. Birth partners are welcome to be with you throughout the duration of a labour. The doors to the unit are always closed and locked and a secure entry system is in use. Upper gastrointestinal surgery (concerning the health of the digestive system) and chest trauma.
There are further ‘clusters’ – where three or more cases have been confirmed in a week – in Central Exeter (16), St James Park and Hoopern (15), Pinhoe and Whipton North (four), St Leonard’s (four), and Middlemoor and Sowton (six). Clyst Acute Stroke Unit specialises in caring for people who have had a stroke or Transient Ischaemic Attack (TIA) or Mini Stroke. Centre for Women’s Health, Level 1, Q-Link Corridor.
We always seek to obtain feedback from our patients so that we are aware of how we have met expectations and/or what we could do better. Abbey Ward is our emergency surgical assessment and triage unit, specialising in the care and assessment of people with surgical emergency conditions.
Sharing with members of the opposite sex will only happen when clinically necessary. Patients are supported by a multidisciplinary team consisting of nurses, doctors, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, pharmacists, auxiliary staff, housekeeping and administrators.