If you have symptoms of coronavirus (COVID-19) – a high temperature, a new continuous cough, or a loss of, or change in, your normal sense of smell or taste (anosmia) – the advice is to stay at home for 10 days. All members of this household should remain at home for 14 days.

If you think you have symptoms, please do not attend your hospital appointment until you are advised it is safe to do so. Please contact us to rearrange your appointment, or to re-organise treatment and tests.

Visiting times and ward information

In order to protect the safety of our patients please note the following changes:

Many of our visiting restrictions are still in place, although patients in the following categories may have visitors at the discretion of the Nurse in Charge. This is in line with the compassionate visiting guidance which has  been issued nationally.

  • Patients at End of Life: These patients should be allowed open visiting where possible. One, or a maximum of two visitors at a time may visit throughout the day (and night if appropriate). This can be different members of the family.
  • Patients with a learning disability and patients with dementia: Each patient should be assessed and visiting discussed and agreed with their immediate family. Visiting times should be allowed on an individual basis depending on the patient’s needs.
  • Maternity: During labour and birth one nominated partner will be allowed throughout the mother’s stay on the labour ward/midwifery led unit .

We ask that the public respect these rules during the COVID-19 pandemic.

A

Adult Intensive Care Unit (AICU)

Visiting Times Visiting times 

Many of our visiting restrictions are still in place, although patients in the following categories may have visitors at the discretion of the Nurse in Charge. This is in line with the compassionate visiting guidance which has  been issued nationally.

  • Patients at End of Life: These patients should be allowed open visiting where possible. One, or a maximum of two visitors at a time may visit throughout the day (and night if appropriate). This can be different members of the family.
  • Patients with a learning disability and patients with dementia: Each patient should be assessed and visiting discussed and agreed with their immediate family. Visiting times should be allowed on an individual basis depending on the patient’s needs.
  • Maternity: During labour and birth one nominated partner will be allowed throughout the mother’s stay on the labour ward/midwifery led unit .

We ask that the public respect these rules during the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

Contact us  

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Adult Intensive Care Unit
West Block
C Floor

 

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B

B3

Visiting Times Visiting times 

In order to protect the safety of our patients please note the following changes:

Many of our visiting restrictions are still in place, although patients in the following categories may have visitors at the discretion of the Nurse in Charge. This is in line with the compassionate visiting guidance which has  been issued nationally.

  • Patients at End of Life: These patients should be allowed open visiting where possible. One, or a maximum of two visitors at a time may visit throughout the day (and night if appropriate). This can be different members of the family.
  • Patients with a learning disability and patients with dementia: Each patient should be assessed and visiting discussed and agreed with their immediate family. Visiting times should be allowed on an individual basis depending on the patient’s needs.
  • Maternity: During labour and birth one nominated partner will be allowed throughout the mother’s stay on the labour ward/midwifery led unit .

We ask that the public respect these rules during the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

Contact us

Tel: 0115 924 9924
Ext: 69003

 

Our location

B3
West Block
B Floor

 

Getting to us

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B26

Visiting times

In order to protect the safety of our patients please note the following changes:

Many of our visiting restrictions are still in place, although patients in the following categories may have visitors at the discretion of the Nurse in Charge. This is in line with the compassionate visiting guidance which has  been issued nationally.

  • Patients at End of Life: These patients should be allowed open visiting where possible. One, or a maximum of two visitors at a time may visit throughout the day (and night if appropriate). This can be different members of the family.
  • Patients with a learning disability and patients with dementia: Each patient should be assessed and visiting discussed and agreed with their immediate family. Visiting times should be allowed on an individual basis depending on the patient’s needs.
  • Maternity: During labour and birth one nominated partner will be allowed throughout the mother’s stay on the labour ward/midwifery led unit .

We ask that the public respect these rules during the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

Contact us

Tel: 0115 924 9924
Ext: 69026

 

Our location

B26
East Block
B Floor

 

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B47

Visiting times

In order to protect the safety of our patients please note the following changes:

Many of our visiting restrictions are still in place, although patients in the following categories may have visitors at the discretion of the Nurse in Charge. This is in line with the compassionate visiting guidance which has  been issued nationally.

  • Patients at End of Life: These patients should be allowed open visiting where possible. One, or a maximum of two visitors at a time may visit throughout the day (and night if appropriate). This can be different members of the family.
  • Patients with a learning disability and patients with dementia: Each patient should be assessed and visiting discussed and agreed with their immediate family. Visiting times should be allowed on an individual basis depending on the patient’s needs.
  • Maternity: During labour and birth one nominated partner will be allowed throughout the mother’s stay on the labour ward/midwifery led unit .

We ask that the public respect these rules during the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

Contact us

Tel: 0115 924 9924
Ext: 69047

 

Our location

B47
South Block
B Floor

 

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B48

Visiting times

In order to protect the safety of our patients please note the following changes:

Many of our visiting restrictions are still in place, although patients in the following categories may have visitors at the discretion of the Nurse in Charge. This is in line with the compassionate visiting guidance which has  been issued nationally.

  • Patients at End of Life: These patients should be allowed open visiting where possible. One, or a maximum of two visitors at a time may visit throughout the day (and night if appropriate). This can be different members of the family.
  • Patients with a learning disability and patients with dementia: Each patient should be assessed and visiting discussed and agreed with their immediate family. Visiting times should be allowed on an individual basis depending on the patient’s needs.
  • Maternity: During labour and birth one nominated partner will be allowed throughout the mother’s stay on the labour ward/midwifery led unit .

We ask that the public respect these rules during the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

Contact us

Tel: 0115 924 9924
Ext: 69048

 

Our location

B48
South Block
B Floor

 

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B49

Visiting times

In order to protect the safety of our patients please note the following changes:

Many of our visiting restrictions are still in place, although patients in the following categories may have visitors at the discretion of the Nurse in Charge. This is in line with the compassionate visiting guidance which has  been issued nationally.

  • Patients at End of Life: These patients should be allowed open visiting where possible. One, or a maximum of two visitors at a time may visit throughout the day (and night if appropriate). This can be different members of the family.
  • Patients with a learning disability and patients with dementia: Each patient should be assessed and visiting discussed and agreed with their immediate family. Visiting times should be allowed on an individual basis depending on the patient’s needs.
  • Maternity: During labour and birth one nominated partner will be allowed throughout the mother’s stay on the labour ward/midwifery led unit .

We ask that the public respect these rules during the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

Contact us

Tel: 0115 924 9924
Ext: 69049

 

Our location

B49
South Block
B Floor

 

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B50

Visiting times

In order to protect the safety of our patients please note the following changes:

Many of our visiting restrictions are still in place, although patients in the following categories may have visitors at the discretion of the Nurse in Charge. This is in line with the compassionate visiting guidance which has  been issued nationally.

  • Patients at End of Life: These patients should be allowed open visiting where possible. One, or a maximum of two visitors at a time may visit throughout the day (and night if appropriate). This can be different members of the family.
  • Patients with a learning disability and patients with dementia: Each patient should be assessed and visiting discussed and agreed with their immediate family. Visiting times should be allowed on an individual basis depending on the patient’s needs.
  • Maternity: During labour and birth one nominated partner will be allowed throughout the mother’s stay on the labour ward/midwifery led unit .

We ask that the public respect these rules during the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

Contact us

Pre-op Assessment Reception (Mon-Thur 7am-6pm, Friday 7am-5pm)

Tel: 0115 924 9924
Ext: 89499

Theatre Admissions Suite (Mon-Thur 7am-6pm, Friday 7am-5pm)
Tel: 0115 924 9924
Ext: 89474

 

Our location

B50
South Block
B Floor

 

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C

C4

C4 is the Hyper Acute Stroke Unit.  All patients with suspected new stroke are admitted to C4 for emergency assessment and treatment.  It was previously Berman Stroke Unit, based at the City Campus, which was named after the late Dr Berman who opened the first dedicated stroke unit in Nottingham.

 

Visiting times

In order to protect the safety of our patients please note the following changes:

Many of our visiting restrictions are still in place, although patients in the following categories may have visitors at the discretion of the Nurse in Charge. This is in line with the compassionate visiting guidance which has  been issued nationally.

  • Patients at End of Life: These patients should be allowed open visiting where possible. One, or a maximum of two visitors at a time may visit throughout the day (and night if appropriate). This can be different members of the family.
  • Patients with a learning disability and patients with dementia: Each patient should be assessed and visiting discussed and agreed with their immediate family. Visiting times should be allowed on an individual basis depending on the patient’s needs.
  • Maternity: During labour and birth one nominated partner will be allowed throughout the mother’s stay on the labour ward/midwifery led unit .

We ask that the public respect these rules during the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

Contact us

Tel: 0115 924 9924
Ext: 69004

 

Our location

C4
West Block
C Floor

 

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C5

C5 is the Acute Stroke Unit.  All stroke patients who require continued acute care and further medical and therapy assessment are transferred to C5.  It was previously Newell Ward, based at the City Campus, which was named after the late Ossie Newell.  After having a stroke Ossie Newell dedicated his life to improving stroke care through healthcare and research.

 

Visiting times

In order to protect the safety of our patients please note the following changes:

Many of our visiting restrictions are still in place, although patients in the following categories may have visitors at the discretion of the Nurse in Charge. This is in line with the compassionate visiting guidance which has  been issued nationally.

  • Patients at End of Life: These patients should be allowed open visiting where possible. One, or a maximum of two visitors at a time may visit throughout the day (and night if appropriate). This can be different members of the family.
  • Patients with a learning disability and patients with dementia: Each patient should be assessed and visiting discussed and agreed with their immediate family. Visiting times should be allowed on an individual basis depending on the patient’s needs.
  • Maternity: During labour and birth one nominated partner will be allowed throughout the mother’s stay on the labour ward/midwifery led unit .

We ask that the public respect these rules during the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

Contact us

Tel: 0115 924 9924
Ext: 69005

 

Our location

C5
West Block
C Floor

 

Getting to us

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C6

Visiting times

In order to protect the safety of our patients please note the following changes:

Many of our visiting restrictions are still in place, although patients in the following categories may have visitors at the discretion of the Nurse in Charge. This is in line with the compassionate visiting guidance which has  been issued nationally.

  • Patients at End of Life: These patients should be allowed open visiting where possible. One, or a maximum of two visitors at a time may visit throughout the day (and night if appropriate). This can be different members of the family.
  • Patients with a learning disability and patients with dementia: Each patient should be assessed and visiting discussed and agreed with their immediate family. Visiting times should be allowed on an individual basis depending on the patient’s needs.
  • Maternity: During labour and birth one nominated partner will be allowed throughout the mother’s stay on the labour ward/midwifery led unit .

We ask that the public respect these rules during the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

Contact us

Tel: 0115 924 9924
Ext: 69006

 

Our location

C6
West Block
C Floor

 

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In order to protect the safety of our patients please note the following changes:

From Sunday 22 March we will not allow any visitors unless they have been pre-arranged with the nurse in charge*.

Despite our earlier pleas for anyone feeling unwell or with symptoms of a cough or temperature to stay away, we have unfortunately had people with symptoms visiting our hospitals. This decision is to help protect our patients and staff. 

Please think of other ways you can stay in touch with your relative/ friend, such as video calls.

We apologise for any distress this will cause and would appreciate your co-operation at this challenging time.

Thank you from everyone at Team NUH

*There will be special allowances made for birthing partners, parents of patients under the age of 18, relatives collecting patients on discharge and those at the end of life.  These will be restricted and visitors must be pre-arranged with the nurse in charge.

We ask that the public respect these rules during the COVID-19 pandemic.

C24

Visiting times

In order to protect the safety of our patients please note the following changes:

Many of our visiting restrictions are still in place, although patients in the following categories may have visitors at the discretion of the Nurse in Charge. This is in line with the compassionate visiting guidance which has  been issued nationally.

  • Patients at End of Life: These patients should be allowed open visiting where possible. One, or a maximum of two visitors at a time may visit throughout the day (and night if appropriate). This can be different members of the family.
  • Patients with a learning disability and patients with dementia: Each patient should be assessed and visiting discussed and agreed with their immediate family. Visiting times should be allowed on an individual basis depending on the patient’s needs.
  • Maternity: During labour and birth one nominated partner will be allowed throughout the mother’s stay on the labour ward/midwifery led unit .

We ask that the public respect these rules during the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

Contact us

Tel: 0115 924 9924
Ext: 69024

 

Our location

C24
EENT Building
C Floor

 

Getting to us

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C25

Visiting times

In order to protect the safety of our patients please note the following changes:

Many of our visiting restrictions are still in place, although patients in the following categories may have visitors at the discretion of the Nurse in Charge. This is in line with the compassionate visiting guidance which has  been issued nationally.

  • Patients at End of Life: These patients should be allowed open visiting where possible. One, or a maximum of two visitors at a time may visit throughout the day (and night if appropriate). This can be different members of the family.
  • Patients with a learning disability and patients with dementia: Each patient should be assessed and visiting discussed and agreed with their immediate family. Visiting times should be allowed on an individual basis depending on the patient’s needs.
  • Maternity: During labour and birth one nominated partner will be allowed throughout the mother’s stay on the labour ward/midwifery led unit .

We ask that the public respect these rules during the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

Contact us

Tel: 0115 924 9924
Ext: 69025

 

Our location

C25
EENT Building
C Floor

 

Getting to us

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C29

Visiting times

In order to protect the safety of our patients please note the following changes:

Many of our visiting restrictions are still in place, although patients in the following categories may have visitors at the discretion of the Nurse in Charge. This is in line with the compassionate visiting guidance which has  been issued nationally.

  • Patients at End of Life: These patients should be allowed open visiting where possible. One, or a maximum of two visitors at a time may visit throughout the day (and night if appropriate). This can be different members of the family.
  • Patients with a learning disability and patients with dementia: Each patient should be assessed and visiting discussed and agreed with their immediate family. Visiting times should be allowed on an individual basis depending on the patient’s needs.
  • Maternity: During labour and birth one nominated partner will be allowed throughout the mother’s stay on the labour ward/midwifery led unit .

We ask that the public respect these rules during the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

Contact us

Tel: 0115 924 9924
Ext: 69029

 

Our location

C29
East Block
C Floor

 

Getting to us

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C32 - Elective Admissions Lounge (EAL)

Visiting times

In order to protect the safety of our patients please note the following changes:

Many of our visiting restrictions are still in place, although patients in the following categories may have visitors at the discretion of the Nurse in Charge. This is in line with the compassionate visiting guidance which has  been issued nationally.

  • Patients at End of Life: These patients should be allowed open visiting where possible. One, or a maximum of two visitors at a time may visit throughout the day (and night if appropriate). This can be different members of the family.
  • Patients with a learning disability and patients with dementia: Each patient should be assessed and visiting discussed and agreed with their immediate family. Visiting times should be allowed on an individual basis depending on the patient’s needs.
  • Maternity: During labour and birth one nominated partner will be allowed throughout the mother’s stay on the labour ward/midwifery led unit .

We ask that the public respect these rules during the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

Contact us

Tel: 0115 924 9924
Ext. 62608

 

Our location

C32 - Elective Admissions Lounge (EAL)
East Block
C Floor

 

Getting to us

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C32 - Surgical Triage Unit (STU)

Visiting times

In order to protect the safety of our patients please note the following changes:

Many of our visiting restrictions are still in place, although patients in the following categories may have visitors at the discretion of the Nurse in Charge. This is in line with the compassionate visiting guidance which has  been issued nationally.

  • Patients at End of Life: These patients should be allowed open visiting where possible. One, or a maximum of two visitors at a time may visit throughout the day (and night if appropriate). This can be different members of the family.
  • Patients with a learning disability and patients with dementia: Each patient should be assessed and visiting discussed and agreed with their immediate family. Visiting times should be allowed on an individual basis depending on the patient’s needs.
  • Maternity: During labour and birth one nominated partner will be allowed throughout the mother’s stay on the labour ward/midwifery led unit .

We ask that the public respect these rules during the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

Contact us

Tel: 0115 924 9924
Ext: 62637

 

Our location

C32 - Surgical Triage Unit (STU)
East Block
C Floor

 

Getting to us

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C51

Visiting times

In order to protect the safety of our patients please note the following changes:

Many of our visiting restrictions are still in place, although patients in the following categories may have visitors at the discretion of the Nurse in Charge. This is in line with the compassionate visiting guidance which has  been issued nationally.

  • Patients at End of Life: These patients should be allowed open visiting where possible. One, or a maximum of two visitors at a time may visit throughout the day (and night if appropriate). This can be different members of the family.
  • Patients with a learning disability and patients with dementia: Each patient should be assessed and visiting discussed and agreed with their immediate family. Visiting times should be allowed on an individual basis depending on the patient’s needs.
  • Maternity: During labour and birth one nominated partner will be allowed throughout the mother’s stay on the labour ward/midwifery led unit .

We ask that the public respect these rules during the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

Contact us

Tel: 0115 924 9924
Ext: 69051

 

Our location

C51
South Block
C Floor

 

Getting to us

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C52

Visiting times

In order to protect the safety of our patients please note the following changes:

Many of our visiting restrictions are still in place, although patients in the following categories may have visitors at the discretion of the Nurse in Charge. This is in line with the compassionate visiting guidance which has  been issued nationally.

  • Patients at End of Life: These patients should be allowed open visiting where possible. One, or a maximum of two visitors at a time may visit throughout the day (and night if appropriate). This can be different members of the family.
  • Patients with a learning disability and patients with dementia: Each patient should be assessed and visiting discussed and agreed with their immediate family. Visiting times should be allowed on an individual basis depending on the patient’s needs.
  • Maternity: During labour and birth one nominated partner will be allowed throughout the mother’s stay on the labour ward/midwifery led unit .

We ask that the public respect these rules during the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

Contact us

Tel: 0115 924 9924
Ext: 69052

 

Our location

C52
South Block
C Floor

 

Getting to us

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C53

Visiting times

In order to protect the safety of our patients please note the following changes:

Many of our visiting restrictions are still in place, although patients in the following categories may have visitors at the discretion of the Nurse in Charge. This is in line with the compassionate visiting guidance which has  been issued nationally.

  • Patients at End of Life: These patients should be allowed open visiting where possible. One, or a maximum of two visitors at a time may visit throughout the day (and night if appropriate). This can be different members of the family.
  • Patients with a learning disability and patients with dementia: Each patient should be assessed and visiting discussed and agreed with their immediate family. Visiting times should be allowed on an individual basis depending on the patient’s needs.
  • Maternity: During labour and birth one nominated partner will be allowed throughout the mother’s stay on the labour ward/midwifery led unit .

We ask that the public respect these rules during the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

Our location

C53
South Block
C Floor

 

Contact us

Tel: 0115 924 9924
Ext: 69053

 

Getting to us

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C54

Visiting times

In order to protect the safety of our patients please note the following changes:

Many of our visiting restrictions are still in place, although patients in the following categories may have visitors at the discretion of the Nurse in Charge. This is in line with the compassionate visiting guidance which has  been issued nationally.

  • Patients at End of Life: These patients should be allowed open visiting where possible. One, or a maximum of two visitors at a time may visit throughout the day (and night if appropriate). This can be different members of the family.
  • Patients with a learning disability and patients with dementia: Each patient should be assessed and visiting discussed and agreed with their immediate family. Visiting times should be allowed on an individual basis depending on the patient’s needs.
  • Maternity: During labour and birth one nominated partner will be allowed throughout the mother’s stay on the labour ward/midwifery led unit .

We ask that the public respect these rules during the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

Our location

C54
South Block
C Floor

 

Contact us

Tel: 0115 924 9924
Ext: 69054

 

Getting to us

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D

D8

Visiting times

In order to protect the safety of our patients please note the following changes:

Many of our visiting restrictions are still in place, although patients in the following categories may have visitors at the discretion of the Nurse in Charge. This is in line with the compassionate visiting guidance which has  been issued nationally.

  • Patients at End of Life: These patients should be allowed open visiting where possible. One, or a maximum of two visitors at a time may visit throughout the day (and night if appropriate). This can be different members of the family.
  • Patients with a learning disability and patients with dementia: Each patient should be assessed and visiting discussed and agreed with their immediate family. Visiting times should be allowed on an individual basis depending on the patient’s needs.
  • Maternity: During labour and birth one nominated partner will be allowed throughout the mother’s stay on the labour ward/midwifery led unit .

We ask that the public respect these rules during the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

Our location

D8
West Block
D Floor

 

Contact us

Tel: 0115 924 9924
Ext: 69008

 

Getting to us

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D10

Visiting times

In order to protect the safety of our patients please note the following changes:

Many of our visiting restrictions are still in place, although patients in the following categories may have visitors at the discretion of the Nurse in Charge. This is in line with the compassionate visiting guidance which has  been issued nationally.

  • Patients at End of Life: These patients should be allowed open visiting where possible. One, or a maximum of two visitors at a time may visit throughout the day (and night if appropriate). This can be different members of the family.
  • Patients with a learning disability and patients with dementia: Each patient should be assessed and visiting discussed and agreed with their immediate family. Visiting times should be allowed on an individual basis depending on the patient’s needs.
  • Maternity: During labour and birth one nominated partner will be allowed throughout the mother’s stay on the labour ward/midwifery led unit .

We ask that the public respect these rules during the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

Contact us

Tel: 0115 924 9924
Ext: 69010

 

Our location

D10
West Block
D Floor

 

Getting to us

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D11

Visiting times

In order to protect the safety of our patients please note the following changes:

Many of our visiting restrictions are still in place, although patients in the following categories may have visitors at the discretion of the Nurse in Charge. This is in line with the compassionate visiting guidance which has  been issued nationally.

  • Patients at End of Life: These patients should be allowed open visiting where possible. One, or a maximum of two visitors at a time may visit throughout the day (and night if appropriate). This can be different members of the family.
  • Patients with a learning disability and patients with dementia: Each patient should be assessed and visiting discussed and agreed with their immediate family. Visiting times should be allowed on an individual basis depending on the patient’s needs.
  • Maternity: During labour and birth one nominated partner will be allowed throughout the mother’s stay on the labour ward/midwifery led unit .

We ask that the public respect these rules during the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

Contact us

Tel: 0115 924 9924
Ext: 69011

 

Our location

D11
West Block
D Floor

 

Getting to us

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D33

Visiting times

In order to protect the safety of our patients please note the following changes:

Many of our visiting restrictions are still in place, although patients in the following categories may have visitors at the discretion of the Nurse in Charge. This is in line with the compassionate visiting guidance which has  been issued nationally.

  • Patients at End of Life: These patients should be allowed open visiting where possible. One, or a maximum of two visitors at a time may visit throughout the day (and night if appropriate). This can be different members of the family.
  • Patients with a learning disability and patients with dementia: Each patient should be assessed and visiting discussed and agreed with their immediate family. Visiting times should be allowed on an individual basis depending on the patient’s needs.
  • Maternity: During labour and birth one nominated partner will be allowed throughout the mother’s stay on the labour ward/midwifery led unit .

We ask that the public respect these rules during the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

Contact us

Tel: 0115 924 9924
Ext: 69033

 

Our location

D33
East Block
D Floor

 

Getting to us

You will need to use a lift or scale stairs to access this serivce.

 

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D34

Visiting times

In order to protect the safety of our patients please note the following changes:

Many of our visiting restrictions are still in place, although patients in the following categories may have visitors at the discretion of the Nurse in Charge. This is in line with the compassionate visiting guidance which has  been issued nationally.

  • Patients at End of Life: These patients should be allowed open visiting where possible. One, or a maximum of two visitors at a time may visit throughout the day (and night if appropriate). This can be different members of the family.
  • Patients with a learning disability and patients with dementia: Each patient should be assessed and visiting discussed and agreed with their immediate family. Visiting times should be allowed on an individual basis depending on the patient’s needs.
  • Maternity: During labour and birth one nominated partner will be allowed throughout the mother’s stay on the labour ward/midwifery led unit .

We ask that the public respect these rules during the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

Welcome to D34

Ward D34 has 21 beds made up of 5 bays and 1 side room, a play room, a parent’s kitchen, two children’s bathrooms and a parent’s shower room. It is a multiple specialty surgical ward treating the following:

•             Orthopaedics (Bones)

•             Spinal

•             Ear, nose and throat (ENT)

•             Cleft lip and palate

•             Ophthalmics (eyes)

•             Maxillofacial (jaw and face - MaxFax)

Most children only need a short stay, but some need to stay longer after major elective (planned) surgery. The ward also takes emergency and trauma admissions in each speciality. Every care is taken to minimize noise and disruption on the ward but patients frequently are admitted at all hours of the day.

 

Contact us

Tel: 0115 924 9924
Ext: 69034

 

Our location

D34

East Block

D Floor

 

Additional information for patients and visitors to Ward D34

Ward D34 works closely with a variety of specialist teams including: Orthopaedic Nurse Specialists, Cleft Nurse specialists, Pain Nurse specialists, Spinal Nurse specialists, Dieticians, Physiotherapists, Occupational Therapists and Orthotics.

 

Getting to us

You will need to use a lift or scale stairs to access this serivce.

Find detailed access information about this ward.

 

D35

Visiting times

In order to protect the safety of our patients please note the following changes:

Many of our visiting restrictions are still in place, although patients in the following categories may have visitors at the discretion of the Nurse in Charge. This is in line with the compassionate visiting guidance which has  been issued nationally.

  • Patients at End of Life: These patients should be allowed open visiting where possible. One, or a maximum of two visitors at a time may visit throughout the day (and night if appropriate). This can be different members of the family.
  • Patients with a learning disability and patients with dementia: Each patient should be assessed and visiting discussed and agreed with their immediate family. Visiting times should be allowed on an individual basis depending on the patient’s needs.
  • Maternity: During labour and birth one nominated partner will be allowed throughout the mother’s stay on the labour ward/midwifery led unit .

We ask that the public respect these rules during the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

Welcome to D35

Ward D35 has 15 beds made up of three bays, three side rooms, a parents' kitchen, playroom, and children's bathroom. It is a multiple speciality surgical ward treating the following:

  • General surgery (Day Case and complex surgeries)
  • Surgical Gastroenterology
  • Burns and Plastics

Contact us

Tel: 0115 924 9924
Ext: 69035

 

Our location

Ward D35

East Block

D Floor

 

Additional information for patients and visitors to Ward D35

Ward D35 works closely with a variety of specialist teams, including: Gastrostomy Nurse Specialists, Burns Nurse specialists, Pain Nurse specialists, Dietitians, Physiotherapists and Occupational therapists.

 

Getting to us

You will need to use a lift or scale stairs to access this serivce.

View accessibility information here

D55

Visiting times

In order to protect the safety of our patients please note the following changes:

Many of our visiting restrictions are still in place, although patients in the following categories may have visitors at the discretion of the Nurse in Charge. This is in line with the compassionate visiting guidance which has  been issued nationally.

  • Patients at End of Life: These patients should be allowed open visiting where possible. One, or a maximum of two visitors at a time may visit throughout the day (and night if appropriate). This can be different members of the family.
  • Patients with a learning disability and patients with dementia: Each patient should be assessed and visiting discussed and agreed with their immediate family. Visiting times should be allowed on an individual basis depending on the patient’s needs.
  • Maternity: During labour and birth one nominated partner will be allowed throughout the mother’s stay on the labour ward/midwifery led unit .

We ask that the public respect these rules during the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

Contact us

Tel: 0115 924 9924
Ext: 69055

 

Our location

D55
South Block
D Floor

 

Getting to us

You will need to use a lift or scale stairs to access this serivce.

View accessibility information here

D56

Visiting times

In order to protect the safety of our patients please note the following changes:

Many of our visiting restrictions are still in place, although patients in the following categories may have visitors at the discretion of the Nurse in Charge. This is in line with the compassionate visiting guidance which has  been issued nationally.

  • Patients at End of Life: These patients should be allowed open visiting where possible. One, or a maximum of two visitors at a time may visit throughout the day (and night if appropriate). This can be different members of the family.
  • Patients with a learning disability and patients with dementia: Each patient should be assessed and visiting discussed and agreed with their immediate family. Visiting times should be allowed on an individual basis depending on the patient’s needs.
  • Maternity: During labour and birth one nominated partner will be allowed throughout the mother’s stay on the labour ward/midwifery led unit .

We ask that the public respect these rules during the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

Contact us

Tel: 0115 924 9924
Ext: 69056

 

Our location

D56
South Block
D Floor

 

Getting to us

You will need to use a lift or scale stairs to access this serivce.

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D57

Visiting times

In order to protect the safety of our patients please note the following changes:

Many of our visiting restrictions are still in place, although patients in the following categories may have visitors at the discretion of the Nurse in Charge. This is in line with the compassionate visiting guidance which has  been issued nationally.

  • Patients at End of Life: These patients should be allowed open visiting where possible. One, or a maximum of two visitors at a time may visit throughout the day (and night if appropriate). This can be different members of the family.
  • Patients with a learning disability and patients with dementia: Each patient should be assessed and visiting discussed and agreed with their immediate family. Visiting times should be allowed on an individual basis depending on the patient’s needs.
  • Maternity: During labour and birth one nominated partner will be allowed throughout the mother’s stay on the labour ward/midwifery led unit .

We ask that the public respect these rules during the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

Contact us

Tel: 0115 924 9924
Ext: 69057

 

Our location

D57
South Block
D Floor

 

Getting to us

You will need to use a lift or scale stairs to access this serivce.

View accessibility information here

D58

Visiting times

In order to protect the safety of our patients please note the following changes:

Many of our visiting restrictions are still in place, although patients in the following categories may have visitors at the discretion of the Nurse in Charge. This is in line with the compassionate visiting guidance which has  been issued nationally.

  • Patients at End of Life: These patients should be allowed open visiting where possible. One, or a maximum of two visitors at a time may visit throughout the day (and night if appropriate). This can be different members of the family.
  • Patients with a learning disability and patients with dementia: Each patient should be assessed and visiting discussed and agreed with their immediate family. Visiting times should be allowed on an individual basis depending on the patient’s needs.
  • Maternity: During labour and birth one nominated partner will be allowed throughout the mother’s stay on the labour ward/midwifery led unit .

We ask that the public respect these rules during the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

Contact us

Tel: 0115 924 9924
Ext: 69058

 

Our location

D58
South Block
D Floor

 

Getting to us

You will need to use a lift or scale stairs to access this serivce.

View accessibility information here

E

E12

Visiting times

In order to protect the safety of our patients please note the following changes:

Many of our visiting restrictions are still in place, although patients in the following categories may have visitors at the discretion of the Nurse in Charge. This is in line with the compassionate visiting guidance which has  been issued nationally.

  • Patients at End of Life: These patients should be allowed open visiting where possible. One, or a maximum of two visitors at a time may visit throughout the day (and night if appropriate). This can be different members of the family.
  • Patients with a learning disability and patients with dementia: Each patient should be assessed and visiting discussed and agreed with their immediate family. Visiting times should be allowed on an individual basis depending on the patient’s needs.
  • Maternity: During labour and birth one nominated partner will be allowed throughout the mother’s stay on the labour ward/midwifery led unit .

We ask that the public respect these rules during the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

Contact us

Tel: 0115 924 9924
Ext: 69012

 

Our location

E12
West Block
E Floor

 

Getting to us

You will need to use a lift or scale stairs to access this serivce.

View accessibility information here

E14

Visiting times

In order to protect the safety of our patients please note the following changes:

Many of our visiting restrictions are still in place, although patients in the following categories may have visitors at the discretion of the Nurse in Charge. This is in line with the compassionate visiting guidance which has  been issued nationally.

  • Patients at End of Life: These patients should be allowed open visiting where possible. One, or a maximum of two visitors at a time may visit throughout the day (and night if appropriate). This can be different members of the family.
  • Patients with a learning disability and patients with dementia: Each patient should be assessed and visiting discussed and agreed with their immediate family. Visiting times should be allowed on an individual basis depending on the patient’s needs.
  • Maternity: During labour and birth one nominated partner will be allowed throughout the mother’s stay on the labour ward/midwifery led unit .

We ask that the public respect these rules during the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

Contact us

Tel: 0115 924 9924
Ext: 69014

 

Our location

E14
West Block
E Floor

 

Getting to us

You will need to use a lift or scale stairs to access this serivce.

View accessibility information here

E15

Visiting times

In order to protect the safety of our patients please note the following changes:

Many of our visiting restrictions are still in place, although patients in the following categories may have visitors at the discretion of the Nurse in Charge. This is in line with the compassionate visiting guidance which has  been issued nationally.

  • Patients at End of Life: These patients should be allowed open visiting where possible. One, or a maximum of two visitors at a time may visit throughout the day (and night if appropriate). This can be different members of the family.
  • Patients with a learning disability and patients with dementia: Each patient should be assessed and visiting discussed and agreed with their immediate family. Visiting times should be allowed on an individual basis depending on the patient’s needs.
  • Maternity: During labour and birth one nominated partner will be allowed throughout the mother’s stay on the labour ward/midwifery led unit .

We ask that the public respect these rules during the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

Contact us

Tel: 0115 924 9924
Ext: 69015

 

Our location

E15
West Block
E Floor

 

Getting to us

You will need to use a lift or scale stairs to access this serivce.

View accessibility information here

E16

Visiting times

In order to protect the safety of our patients please note the following changes:

Many of our visiting restrictions are still in place, although patients in the following categories may have visitors at the discretion of the Nurse in Charge. This is in line with the compassionate visiting guidance which has  been issued nationally.

  • Patients at End of Life: These patients should be allowed open visiting where possible. One, or a maximum of two visitors at a time may visit throughout the day (and night if appropriate). This can be different members of the family.
  • Patients with a learning disability and patients with dementia: Each patient should be assessed and visiting discussed and agreed with their immediate family. Visiting times should be allowed on an individual basis depending on the patient’s needs.
  • Maternity: During labour and birth one nominated partner will be allowed throughout the mother’s stay on the labour ward/midwifery led unit .

We ask that the public respect these rules during the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

Contact us

Tel: 0115 924 9924
Ext: 69016

 

Our location

E16
West Block
E Floor

 

Getting to us

You will need to use a lift or scale stairs to access this serivce.

View accessibility information here

E17

Visiting times

In order to protect the safety of our patients please note the following changes:

Many of our visiting restrictions are still in place, although patients in the following categories may have visitors at the discretion of the Nurse in Charge. This is in line with the compassionate visiting guidance which has  been issued nationally.

  • Patients at End of Life: These patients should be allowed open visiting where possible. One, or a maximum of two visitors at a time may visit throughout the day (and night if appropriate). This can be different members of the family.
  • Patients with a learning disability and patients with dementia: Each patient should be assessed and visiting discussed and agreed with their immediate family. Visiting times should be allowed on an individual basis depending on the patient’s needs.
  • Maternity: During labour and birth one nominated partner will be allowed throughout the mother’s stay on the labour ward/midwifery led unit .

We ask that the public respect these rules during the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

Contact us

Tel: 0115 924 9924
Ext: 69017

 

Our location

E17
West Block
E Floor

 

Getting to us

You will need to use a lift or scale stairs to access this serivce.

View accessibility information here

E37

Visiting times

In order to protect the safety of our patients please note the following changes:

Please note some local changes to visiting restrictions that apply to the Children's Hospital:

  • visiting restricted to ONE resident parent / carer. But this can be one of two identified parents / carers.
  • visiting opened up to a second identified parent / carer within a “bubble” to be allowed on the ward between 14:00 – 19:00. This must be the same person and they must be over 18 years of age.

Outpatient and Day case admissions remain unchanged (one parent / carer with a child).

 

Contact us

Tel: 0115 924 9924
Ext: 69037

 

Our location

E37
East Block
E Floor

 

Getting to us

You will need to use a lift or scale stairs to access this serivce.

View accessibility information here

E38

Visiting times

In order to protect the safety of our patients please note the following changes:

Please note some local changes to visiting restrictions that apply to the Children's Hospital:

  • visiting restricted to ONE resident parent / carer. But this can be one of two identified parents / carers.
  • visiting opened up to a second identified parent / carer within a “bubble” to be allowed on the ward between 14:00 – 19:00. This must be the same person and they must be over 18 years of age.

Outpatient and Day case admissions remain unchanged (one parent / carer with a child).

 

Contact us

Tel: 0115 924 9924
Ext: 69038

 

Our location

E38
East Block
E Floor

 

Getting to us

You will need to use a lift or scale stairs to access this serivce.

View accessibility information here

E39

Visiting times

In order to protect the safety of our patients please note the following changes:

Please note some local changes to visiting restrictions that apply to the Children's Hospital:

  • visiting restricted to ONE resident parent / carer. But this can be one of two identified parents / carers.
  • visiting opened up to a second identified parent / carer within a “bubble” to be allowed on the ward between 14:00 – 19:00. This must be the same person and they must be over 18 years of age.

Outpatient and Day case admissions remain unchanged (one parent / carer with a child).

 

Contact us

Tel: 0115 924 9924
Ext: 69039

 

Our location

E39
East Block
E Floor

 

Getting to us

You will need to use a lift or scale stairs to access this serivce.

View accessibilty information here

E40 Children's Short Stay Unit

Visiting times

In order to protect the safety of our patients please note the following changes:

Please note some local changes to visiting restrictions that apply to the Children's Hospital:

  • visiting restricted to ONE resident parent / carer. But this can be one of two identified parents / carers.
  • visiting opened up to a second identified parent / carer within a “bubble” to be allowed on the ward between 14:00 – 19:00. This must be the same person and they must be over 18 years of age.

Outpatient and Day case admissions remain unchanged (one parent / carer with a child).

 

Contact us

Tel: 0115 924 9924
Ext: 69040

 

Our location

E40
East Block
E Floor

 

Getting to us

You will need to use a lift or scale stairs to access this serivce.

View accessibility information here

Endoscopy

Visiting times

In order to protect the safety of our patients please note the following changes:

Many of our visiting restrictions are still in place, although patients in the following categories may have visitors at the discretion of the Nurse in Charge. This is in line with the compassionate visiting guidance which has  been issued nationally.

  • Patients at End of Life: These patients should be allowed open visiting where possible. One, or a maximum of two visitors at a time may visit throughout the day (and night if appropriate). This can be different members of the family.
  • Patients with a learning disability and patients with dementia: Each patient should be assessed and visiting discussed and agreed with their immediate family. Visiting times should be allowed on an individual basis depending on the patient’s needs.
  • Maternity: During labour and birth one nominated partner will be allowed throughout the mother’s stay on the labour ward/midwifery led unit .

 

Contact us

Tel: 0115 924 9924
Ext: 64461

 

Our location

Endoscopy
South Block
D Floor (next to the lifts)

 

Getting to us

You will need to use a lift or scale stairs to access this serivce.

View accessibility information here

F

F18

Visiting times

In order to protect the safety of our patients please note the following changes:

Many of our visiting restrictions are still in place, although patients in the following categories may have visitors at the discretion of the Nurse in Charge. This is in line with the compassionate visiting guidance which has  been issued nationally.

  • Patients at End of Life: These patients should be allowed open visiting where possible. One, or a maximum of two visitors at a time may visit throughout the day (and night if appropriate). This can be different members of the family.
  • Patients with a learning disability and patients with dementia: Each patient should be assessed and visiting discussed and agreed with their immediate family. Visiting times should be allowed on an individual basis depending on the patient’s needs.
  • Maternity: During labour and birth one nominated partner will be allowed throughout the mother’s stay on the labour ward/midwifery led unit .

 

Contact us

Tel: 0115 924 9924
Ext: 69018

 

Our location

F18
West Block
F Floor

 

Getting to us

You will need to use a lift or scale stairs to access this serivce.

View accessibility information here

F19

Visiting times

In order to protect the safety of our patients please note the following changes:

Many of our visiting restrictions are still in place, although patients in the following categories may have visitors at the discretion of the Nurse in Charge. This is in line with the compassionate visiting guidance which has  been issued nationally.

  • Patients at End of Life: These patients should be allowed open visiting where possible. One, or a maximum of two visitors at a time may visit throughout the day (and night if appropriate). This can be different members of the family.
  • Patients with a learning disability and patients with dementia: Each patient should be assessed and visiting discussed and agreed with their immediate family. Visiting times should be allowed on an individual basis depending on the patient’s needs.
  • Maternity: During labour and birth one nominated partner will be allowed throughout the mother’s stay on the labour ward/midwifery led unit .

 

Contact us

Tel: 0115 924 9924
Ext: 69019

 

Our location

F19
West Block
F Floor

 

Getting to us

You will need to use a lift or scale stairs to access this serivce.

View accessibility information here

F20

Visiting times

In order to protect the safety of our patients please note the following changes:

Many of our visiting restrictions are still in place, although patients in the following categories may have visitors at the discretion of the Nurse in Charge. This is in line with the compassionate visiting guidance which has  been issued nationally.

  • Patients at End of Life: These patients should be allowed open visiting where possible. One, or a maximum of two visitors at a time may visit throughout the day (and night if appropriate). This can be different members of the family.
  • Patients with a learning disability and patients with dementia: Each patient should be assessed and visiting discussed and agreed with their immediate family. Visiting times should be allowed on an individual basis depending on the patient’s needs.
  • Maternity: During labour and birth one nominated partner will be allowed throughout the mother’s stay on the labour ward/midwifery led unit .

 

Contact us

Tel: 0115 924 9924
Ext: 69020

 

Our location

F20
West Block
F Floor

 

Getting to us

You will need to use a lift or scale stairs to access this serivce.

View accessibility information here

F21

Visiting times

In order to protect the safety of our patients please note the following changes:

Many of our visiting restrictions are still in place, although patients in the following categories may have visitors at the discretion of the Nurse in Charge. This is in line with the compassionate visiting guidance which has  been issued nationally.

  • Patients at End of Life: These patients should be allowed open visiting where possible. One, or a maximum of two visitors at a time may visit throughout the day (and night if appropriate). This can be different members of the family.
  • Patients with a learning disability and patients with dementia: Each patient should be assessed and visiting discussed and agreed with their immediate family. Visiting times should be allowed on an individual basis depending on the patient’s needs.
  • Maternity: During labour and birth one nominated partner will be allowed throughout the mother’s stay on the labour ward/midwifery led unit .

 

Contact us

Tel: 0115 924 9924
Ext: 69021

 

Our location

F21
West Block
F Floor

 

Getting to us

You will need to use a lift or scale stairs to access this serivce.

View accessibility information here

F22

Visiting times

In order to protect the safety of our patients please note the following changes:

Many of our visiting restrictions are still in place, although patients in the following categories may have visitors at the discretion of the Nurse in Charge. This is in line with the compassionate visiting guidance which has  been issued nationally.

  • Patients at End of Life: These patients should be allowed open visiting where possible. One, or a maximum of two visitors at a time may visit throughout the day (and night if appropriate). This can be different members of the family.
  • Patients with a learning disability and patients with dementia: Each patient should be assessed and visiting discussed and agreed with their immediate family. Visiting times should be allowed on an individual basis depending on the patient’s needs.
  • Maternity: During labour and birth one nominated partner will be allowed throughout the mother’s stay on the labour ward/midwifery led unit .

 

Contact us

Tel: 0115 924 9924
Ext: 69022

 

Our location

F22
West Block
F Floor

 

Getting to us

You will need to use a lift or scale stairs to access this serivce.

View accessibility information here

L

Lyn Jarrett Unit

Visiting times

In order to protect the safety of our patients please note the following changes:

Many of our visiting restrictions are still in place, although patients in the following categories may have visitors at the discretion of the Nurse in Charge. This is in line with the compassionate visiting guidance which has  been issued nationally.

  • Patients at End of Life: These patients should be allowed open visiting where possible. One, or a maximum of two visitors at a time may visit throughout the day (and night if appropriate). This can be different members of the family.
  • Patients with a learning disability and patients with dementia: Each patient should be assessed and visiting discussed and agreed with their immediate family. Visiting times should be allowed on an individual basis depending on the patient’s needs.
  • Maternity: During labour and birth one nominated partner will be allowed throughout the mother’s stay on the labour ward/midwifery led unit .

 

Contact us

Tel: 0115 924 9924
Ext: 63631

 

Our location

Lyn Jarrett Unit
East Block
A Floor

 

Getting to us

You will need to use a lift or scale stairs to access this serivce.

N

Neuro-Spinal Post Operative Unit (NSPU)

Visiting times

In order to protect the safety of our patients please note the following changes:

Many of our visiting restrictions are still in place, although patients in the following categories may have visitors at the discretion of the Nurse in Charge. This is in line with the compassionate visiting guidance which has  been issued nationally.

  • Patients at End of Life: These patients should be allowed open visiting where possible. One, or a maximum of two visitors at a time may visit throughout the day (and night if appropriate). This can be different members of the family.
  • Patients with a learning disability and patients with dementia: Each patient should be assessed and visiting discussed and agreed with their immediate family. Visiting times should be allowed on an individual basis depending on the patient’s needs.
  • Maternity: During labour and birth one nominated partner will be allowed throughout the mother’s stay on the labour ward/midwifery led unit .

 

Contact us

Tel: 0115 924 9924
Ext: 66414

 

Our location

NSPU
West Block
D Floor

 

Getting to us

You will need to use a lift or scale stairs to access this serivce.

Nottingham Neonatal Service

Visiting times

In order to protect the safety of our patients please note the following changes:

Many of our visiting restrictions are still in place, although patients in the following categories may have visitors at the discretion of the Nurse in Charge. This is in line with the compassionate visiting guidance which has  been issued nationally.

  • Patients at End of Life: These patients should be allowed open visiting where possible. One, or a maximum of two visitors at a time may visit throughout the day (and night if appropriate). This can be different members of the family.
  • Patients with a learning disability and patients with dementia: Each patient should be assessed and visiting discussed and agreed with their immediate family. Visiting times should be allowed on an individual basis depending on the patient’s needs.
  • Maternity: During labour and birth one nominated partner will be allowed throughout the mother’s stay on the labour ward/midwifery led unit .

 

Contact us

Tel: 0115 924 9924
Ext: 64120

 

Our location

Nottingham Neonatal Unit
East Block
A Floor

 

Getting to us

You will need to use a lift or scale stairs to access this serivce.

View accessibility information here

P

Paediatric Intensive Care Unit

Visiting times

In order to protect the safety of our patients please note the following changes:

Please note some local changes to visiting restrictions that apply to the Children's Hospital:

  • visiting restricted to ONE resident parent / carer. But this can be one of two identified parents / carers.
  • visiting opened up to a second identified parent / carer within a “bubble” to be allowed on the ward between 14:00 – 19:00. This must be the same person and they must be over 18 years of age.

Outpatient and Day case admissions remain unchanged (one parent / carer with a child).

 

Contact us

Tel: 0115 924 9924
Ext: 61232

 

Our location

Paediatric Intensive Care Unit
East Block
E Floor

 

Getting to us

You will need to use a lift or scale stairs to access this serivce.

View accessibility information here

Q

Queen's Day Case Unit

Visiting times

In order to protect the safety of our patients please note the following changes:

Many of our visiting restrictions are still in place, although patients in the following categories may have visitors at the discretion of the Nurse in Charge. This is in line with the compassionate visiting guidance which has  been issued nationally.

  • Patients at End of Life: These patients should be allowed open visiting where possible. One, or a maximum of two visitors at a time may visit throughout the day (and night if appropriate). This can be different members of the family.
  • Patients with a learning disability and patients with dementia: Each patient should be assessed and visiting discussed and agreed with their immediate family. Visiting times should be allowed on an individual basis depending on the patient’s needs.
  • Maternity: During labour and birth one nominated partner will be allowed throughout the mother’s stay on the labour ward/midwifery led unit .

 

Contact us

Tel: 0115 924 9924
Ext: 61912

 

Our location

Queen's Day Case Unit
South Block
E Floor

 

Getting to us

You will need to use a lift or scale stairs to access this serivce.

View accessibility information here

 

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