What is ward 2 at dewsbury hospital?

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The inspection team visited a number of services at both Pinderfields Hospital in Wakefield and Dewsbury and District Hospital, including the maternity units and discharge lounges at both sites, Ward 2 at Dewsbury which is a medical ward for older people and Ward 5 at Dewsbury which is an acute medical ward.

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Similarly, it is asked, Where is Ward2 at dewsbury hospital?

Ward 2 is/are located on Level 3 of the Bronte Tower.

Furthermore, What does Dewsbury Hospital Specialise in?. The hospital has a busy outpatient clinic and a midwife led birth unit. It is where rehabilitation for people with neurological conditions or who have suffered a stroke, takes place and we have a dedicated children's assessment service to reduce the time children spend in hospital.

Accordingly, What is Ward 32 pinderfields hospital?

Diabetes and Endocrinology - Gate 32.

What is Sau Ward?

The Surgical Assessment Unit has temporarily moved to Kingfisher Ward. This area is now being used as an Emergency Decision Unit. The SAU assesses patients who have a confirmed or probable surgical condition. Patients are referred to us via their GP or are admitted via the Emergency Department.

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What is Ward 41 at pinderfields?

Acute Elderly Assessment - Gate 41.

How many beds does Dewsbury hospital have?

Dewsbury District Hospital is situated in Dewsbury and serves a population of 422,458 with approximately 358 beds.

What is Ward 15 Dewsbury hospital?

Ward 15 is now the inpatient General Surgical Ward with a dedicated male assessment area. The ward was previously Orthopaedics. The ward 15 phone number is still 01924 816015.

Is Parking free at Dewsbury Hospital?

Access to parking at Pinderfields General Hospital, Dewsbury and District Hospital and Pontefract General Infirmary has been free to all patients, visitors and staff during the height of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Are Hospital car parks still free?

Frequent outpatient attenders

Parking will be provided free to all outpatients who attend hospital for an appointment at least 3 times within a month and for an overall period of at least 3 months.

What is pinderfields hospital famous for?

Pinderfields Hospital in Wakefield, is the main centre for people who are seriously ill. It is a designated Major Trauma Unit, where urgent and emergency surgery is carried out and has a helicopter landing site close to the Emergency Department.

Where is pinderfields gate12?

Pinderfields Hospital is situated about 1 mile from Wakefield City Centre on the Aberford Road (A642). The postcode for sat-nav is WF1 4DG.

What hospitals are in Wakefield?

Hospitals near Wakefield
  • King Street Health Centre LCD Wakefield. Hospitals. ...
  • Wakefield Intermediate Care Unit. Hospitals. ...
  • Pinderfields Hospital. Hospitals. ...
  • Mid Yorkshire Hospital Nhs Trust. ...
  • Fieldhead Hospital. ...
  • Mid Yorkshire Hospital Nhs Trust. ...
  • Spamedica Eye Hospital Wakefield. ...
  • South West Yorkshire Partnership N H S Trust.

Who built pinderfields hospital?

The new hospital, which was designed by the Building Design Partnership and built by Balfour Beatty at a cost of circa £150 million, was completed in June 2010. It was opened by the Princess Royal in September 2011.

What is Ward A1 at Pinderfields hospital?

Gate A1 is a short stay ward with eighteen beds. Patients stayed a maximum of 72 hours before discharge or transfer to longer stay wards. The charge nurse said there was a daily ward round to review patients' needs. Care plans were then updated and staff informed about each patient's needs.

What is an AAU unit in a hospital?

The Acute Assessment Unit (AAU) assesses and treats patients admitted via the emergency (A&E) department or referred by their doctor. ... AAU is a medical ward.

When did Manygates hospital close?

Manygates hospital closed on the 12th December 1992 as maternity services were transferred to Pinderfields Hospital. In 1995, the hospital was purchased by Bretton Hall College, a teacher training institute which held international acclaim for its specialities in design, music and the performing arts.

What are the NHS values?

Values of the NHS Constitution
  • working together for patients. Patients come first in everything we do.
  • respect and dignity. ...
  • commitment to quality of care. ...
  • compassion. ...
  • improving lives. ...
  • everyone counts.

What are the 4 values of Mid Yorkshire NHS Trust?

The Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust
  • Location: Yorkshire, United Kingdom.
  • Core values: Improving, caring, respect, high standards.
  • Our vision: to achieve excellent patient experience each and every time.
  • Size: three hospitals.

How much money do hospitals make from parking?

Last year AHS' revenue from parking fees was approximately $77 million. Of that $33.2M was used for operating and maintenance costs, $31.2M to pay off interest and principal for debts (costs to build past parkades) and $12.6M went into a reserve fund which will be used to build future parkades.

Is parking free at Warrington Hospital?

CAR parking for patients and staff at Warrington Hospital will remain free – at least for the time being. ... But despite this, the trust has no immediate plans to reinstate charging for either patients or staff.

Where does the money from hospital car parks go?

Comments. Charging for parking in hospitals is an effective way of managing parking and ensuring a turnover of spaces. But the income generated goes towards the maintenance of the site - resurfacing, upkeep of lines and signs and technology.

Where can I park for free in Dewsbury?

Free Parking in Cliffe Street car park

Cliffe Street is the most convenient car park for Dewsbury Market and the town centre.