Ward 18 is an adult critical care unit specialising in major neurosurgery or a traumatic injury, where patients receive maximum support for their illness or surgery.
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Ward 19 is our infectious diseases ward and specialises in providing care for adults with a range of infectious diseases.
Ward 20 is an ophthalmology ward for adults who require eye surgery
Ward 21 is a day case ophthalmology ward for patients having local anaesthetic surgery on their eyes.
Ward 22 is a major trauma and orthopaedic ward caring for adults who have traumatic injuries.
Ward 23 is an adult trauma orthopaedic ward providing care for patients who have sustained a traumatic injury and are likely to require an operation.
Ward 30 is a short stay, acute medical ward for adults.
Ward 31 is an adult general ward caring for people who need treatment for acute medical conditions.
Departments: Older People's Medicine
Ward 32 is one of our two postnatal wards.
Ward 33 is the postnatal ward where we care for women and their babies if the baby needs extra support.