What are the wards in Raigmore Hospital?

What are the wards in Raigmore Hospital?

What are the wards in Raigmore Hospital?

Raigmore Hospital

  • ward 2A (stroke/rehabilitation)
  • ward 3A (orthopedics)
  • ward 4A (surgical admissions)
  • ward 4C (surgical)
  • 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 2C Raigmore?

ward 2C (medicine for the elderly) ward 3A (orthopaedic trauma), and. ward 6A (acute medical assessment unit).

What is Ward 7C Raigmore Hospital?

ward 7C (renal/gastrointestinal).

How many beds does Raigmore Hospital have?

Raigmore Hospital/Number of beds

What is Haematology Ward?

Haematology is the specialty responsible for the diagnosis and management of a wide range of benign and malignant disorders of the red and white blood cells, platelets and the coagulation system in adults and children. Haematologists care directly for patients on hospital wards and out patient clinics.

What do you call a large hospital?

Small hospitals: Fewer than 100 beds. Medium hospitals: 100 to 499 beds. Large hospitals: 500 or more beds.

How old is Raigmore Hospital?

Raigmore Hospital
Opened 1941 (original site) 1970 (current development)
Website www.nhshighland.scot.nhs.uk/Services/Pages/RaigmoreHospital.aspx

What is an oncology ward?

On the Oncology Ward we deliver medical oncology care. This means that most of our patients present to us with complications of anti-cancer treatment, tumour overgrowth or end of life care.

What do nurses do on a Haematology Ward?

Senior nursing staff liaise with specialist Doctors (Haematologists) to provide patients with day chemotherapy regimes, infusions, patient education, apheresis (removal of parts of your blood) and blood product support.

What is the difference between ambulatory and outpatient?

As adjectives the difference between outpatient and ambulatory. is that outpatient is (medicine) provided without requiring an overnight stay by the patient while ambulatory is of, relating to, or adapted to walking.