What is Ward 6A Raigmore Hospital?
acute medical admissions unit
ward 5A (medicine for the elderly) ward 6A (acute medical admissions unit, with medical high dependency unit) ward 6C (medical admissions), and. ward 11 (medical/respiratory medicine).
What is Ward 3C Raigmore?
Ward 3C is a dynamic, efficient ward that has a multi-function as the Common Admissions Lounge for elective surgeries and procedures and a Surgical Day Case Unit. The Ward provides the opportunity to rotate to Ward 4A Head & Neck Unit, Ophthalmology and Short Stay Unit.
What is Ward 7C Raigmore?
ward 7C (renal/gastrointestinal).
What is Ward GC Raigmore Hospital?
ward 10 (maternity) ward GC (haematology/oncology) special care baby unit, and. theatre department and obstetrics theatre (labour ward).
What is Ward 6A in Gloucester Royal Hospital?
Ward 6A treats neurology patients. It is located on the sixth floor of the Tower Block at Gloucestershire Royal Hospital.
What does Raigmore Hospital Specialise in?
Raigmore also contains a 57-bed maternity unit; specialist services such as cystic fibrosis, cardiology and rheumatology and the Birnie Child Development Centre for children with learning difficulties and special needs.
Are visitors allowed in Raigmore?
Visiting at Raigmore Hospital in Inverness has moved to Level One. This means up to two visitors are able to visit patients. Ward 7C, which remains closed due to a small number of COVID cases, continues at essential visiting only.
How old is Raigmore Hospital?
|Opened||1941 (original site) 1970 (current development)|
What is Ward 9A at Gloucester hospital?
Ward 9A specialises in general medicine and is located on the ninth floor of the Tower Block at Gloucestershire Royal Hospital.
What is Ryeworth Ward Cheltenham?
Ryeworth Ward is a general medical ward which specialises in looking after older patients and is on the first floor of St Luke’s Wing at Cheltenham General Hospital.
How many beds does Raigmore Hospital have?
452Raigmore Hospital / Number of beds
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