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Cambridge University Hospitals (CUH) is one of the largest and best known hospitals in the UK. The Trust comprises Addenbrooke's and the Rosie, offering general and specialist and women's and maternity care respectively. As well as delivering care through Addenbrooke’s and the Rosie, it is also:
a leading national centre for specialist treatment for rare or complex conditions
a government-designated biomedical research centre
one of only five academic health science centres in the UK
a university teaching hospital with a worldwide reputation
a partner in the development of the Cambridge Biomedical Campus
CUH’s vision is to be one of the best academic healthcare organisations in the world.
If you choose Bedford you can be certain of high quality clinical care and treatment in clean, comfortable surroundings. We our proud of our short waiting times, excellent medical and nursing staff, ample car parking, which is free for disabled patients and visitors, and we are in easy reach by car, bus or train. We provide a wide range of services from our modern facilities including maternity, vascular (vein) services and cancer care. Our focus is on providing high quality clinical services and support for patients.
These trusts also provide services at Bedford Hospital South Wing
Moorfields Eye Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
Tel:020 7253 3411
East London NHS Foundation Trust
Tel:020 7655 4000
The Forensic Low Secure Inpatient Service is provided to adults who are detained under the Mental Health Act 1983 and who:
•have been identified as requiring hospital admission for assessment or treatment but do not require intensive care. (the patient would usually be involved in criminal proceedings, requiring transfer from custodial settings);
•have been identified as requiring a rehabilitation programme within a low secure setting and are able to participate in such a programme.
The service provides individualised care and evaluation of the patient’s progress and recovery. People are encouraged to be involved in their care planning and, where possible, the family is also involved.
Hinchingbrooke Health Care NHS Trust provides high quality health care for the people of Huntingdonshire and surrounding areas. More than 160,000 people rely on our district general hospital for a range of services and we are renowned locally for our warm and friendly approach.
As the first NHS Foundation Trust in Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire and Buckinghamshire - and the best hospital in the East of England (CGC 2009) - our top priority is to offer the best possible patient experience - putting the patient first every time.
As the first hospital in England to be selected by the Health Foundation for our work on improving patient safety - an area in which we continue to excel - the L&D continues to be an agent for change by involving patients and FT members in re-desigining and improving our services.
During 2009-10 we continued to reduce our MRSA and C.diff infections helping us to retain our reputation as one of the safest hospitals in the country.
The L&D's reputation attracts top clinicians and specialists, together with some of the most experienced and caring nursing staff.
The maternity services at Bedford Hospital are located in Cygnet Wing, our dedicated Women and Children’s unit. Our skilled and professional midwifery and obstetric team seek to ensure that you have the best possible experience during your pregnancy, delivery and postnatal period.
More than 3,200 babies are delivered on an average each year. We take great pride in supporting individual choice and providing the highest standard of care for women and their families.
We are committed to meeting the Care Quality Commissions standards and encourage your active participation through feedback. At 36 weeks gestation you will be given a contact number by your community midwife. We would encourage you to respond to a few short questions via text to provide your feedback.
Here at Bedford we have a skilled and professional maternity team, consisting of:
Maternity Care Assistants
Operating Department Practitioners
Supervisors of Midwives
Clerical support staff
They all take pride in the standard and quality of care offered to women and their partners. As a teaching hospital, we also provide training places for medical students, student midwives and student nurses.
The Mental Health Assessment Units (MHAU) are 24-hour dedicated inpatient units designed for supporting adults who are in a mental health crisis, requiring an in-depth assessment period, and are willing to accept an informal inpatient stay.
A full psychosocial assessment is carried out, in most cases within 24 hours. The maximum stay at the Assessment Unit is five days. The assessment looks at the best way of treating the person referred to the unit, either at home, through the new Crisis Resolution Home Treatment Teams or admission to a day unit or an appropriate admission to a ward.
The service offers:
•24 hour, 365 days a year services;
•active involvement of the patient, family and carers;
•choice and autonomy, where possible;
•intensive assessment, intervention and support in the early stages of a crisis;
•rapid response following referral to the Unit;
•recovery planning with patient focussed outcomes;
•sensitive approach to ethnic and cultural issues;
•share learning from the crisis;
•time-limited interventions that are able to respond to patient’s needs;
•to provide practical support and assistance with problems of daily living.
The Assessment Units consist of multi-disciplinary teams including Mental Health Nurses, Clinical Support Workers, Clinical Psychologists, a Consultant Psychiatrist and medical staff. They work in partnership with the Outpatients Team, Care Co-ordinators, Social Workers and GPs to support the patient through their inpatient stay.
We are a medium sized district general hospital, serving Milton Keynes and surrounding areas. The hospital has approximately 400 inpatient beds, and provides a broad range of general medical and surgical services. We have a busy A&E Department that manages all medical, surgical and child health emergency admissions. As our local population grows, we continue to develop our facilities.
In addition to providing general acute services, Milton Keynes Hospital increasingly provides more specialist services, including cancer care, cardiology and oral surgery.
We have responsibility for treating premature babies born locally. Some of the babies we treat are born as early as 24 weeks old (16 weeks early), and weigh as little as 500 grams.
Moorfields Eye Hospital NHS Foundation Trust is the leading provider of eye health services in the UK and a world-class centre of excellence for ophthalmic research and education. We have a reputation, developed over two centuries, for providing the highest quality of ophthalmic care. Our 1,800 staff are committed to sustaining and building on our pioneering legacy and ensuring we remain at the cutting edge of developments in ophthalmology.
With our partners at the UCL Institute of Ophthalmology, we are a national and international centre for research into eye conditions and treatments, leading one of the strongest and most extensive ophthalmic research programmes in the world. Together, we have one of the highest measures of scientific productivity and impact in the world for eye research activity.
Our A&E team offers accident and emergency treatment for urgent, sight-threatening problems and for issues that cannot wait for a routine appointment with your GP.
On arrival, you will be assessed by a nurse who will determine how serious your condition is and prioritise you for treatment accordingly. Sometimes, we’ll be able to treat your condition straight away, but sometimes we might decide to refer you to one of our more specialist services for further tests and treatments.
Please note that we are not a general A&E and can only help with eye conditions
The Rapid Intervention Service is a team that assesses and organises nursing and social care for patients with acute conditions who would otherwise be admitted to hospital.
The service consists of a multi-disciplinary team of nurses and health care assistants, who will attend a patient in their own home to organise and if appropriate, deliver acute home based care.
Within the assessment of patient care if necessary, the Rapid Intervention Team will organise diagnostic tests, organise admission to a community bed or if appropriate an acute setting .
The period of care delivery within the community is up to a maximum of 72 hours and the team will commence discharge planning as soon as patients are admitted to the caseload.
Patients accepted for care under the Rapid Intervention Team will include those with a non-life threatening condition, which would alternatively be admitted to hospital.