What is Ward 2A Crosshouse Hospital?

What is Ward 2A Crosshouse Hospital?

Ward 2A is a busy unpredictable orthopaedic trauma admissions ward focused on unscheduled care. You will be assisted by a Staff Nurse and care for a caseload of patients, within a 29 bedded receiving area.

What is Ward 3B Crosshouse Hospital?

ward 3B (respiratory medicine)

What is Ward 5A crosshouse?

Ward 5A is a Head & Neck specialty ward with 12 in-patient beds, 2 out-patient treatment rooms and Out-patient clinics for patients mainly reviewed by the ENT Nurse Practitioners. This post will ensure that we continue to deliver a high standard of unscheduled and elective care to our patients.

What is Ward 1D Crosshouse Hospital?

ward 1D (acute mental health) ward 2A (orthopaedics trauma – acute receiving) ward 2D (infectious disease/renal medicine), and. ward 3E (acute assessment unit).

What is Ward 4C Crosshouse Hospital?

Ward 4C in University Hospital Crosshouse is a surgical high dependency ward. The patients who are cared for in this ward include those who have been admitted for planned major surgery and admissions from the Accident and Emergency unit.

What is Ward 4B Crosshouse Hospital?

This ward cares for people who have had general surgery, and/or need tests/investigations carried out. There is a nurse call system at each bed for your use as required.

What is Ward 4E Crosshouse Hospital?

ward 4E (cardiology/endocrine/general medicine)

What is Ward 4b Crosshouse Hospital?

Where is the education Centre at Crosshouse Hospital?

The venue is situated within the centre of the village. The venue is not situated on a road which has a steep gradient. There is not a bus stop within 150m (164yds) of the venue. The nearest mainline station is Kilmarnock.

How many beds does Crosshouse hospital have?

575University Hospital Crosshouse / Number of beds

Who runs Crosshouse Hospital?

NHS Ayrshire and Arran
University Hospital Crosshouse, known locally as Crosshouse Hospital or simply Crosshouse is a large district general hospital at Crosshouse near Kilmarnock, Scotland. It provides services to the North Ayrshire and East Ayrshire areas and is managed by NHS Ayrshire and Arran.