Our Wards

Allingham Ward provides a specialist service to patients with a range of gastroenterology conditions, including luminal gastroenterology, hepatology and hepatobiliary and pancreatic disease. The department of Gastroenterology offers a comprehensive range of diagnostic procedures and specialist clinics and you will have the opportunity to shadow specialist nurses supporting the area including the viral hepatitis CNS, alcohol liaison nurses and nutrition nurses.

Amyand is a 32 bedded ward which specialises in short term admission for acute senior health patients with a average length of stay of 10 days or less.  The ward also accommodates Rheumatology and Lymphodema patients.

Cavell is a 28 bedded ward providing care for patients with a variety of acute medical conditions requiring short term care.  Most of our patients are admitted from Accident and Emergency and the Acute Medical Unit.

Heberden is a 24 bedded Senior Health Ward, specialising in caring for patients with Dementia, Delirium, Palliative care needs  and acute medical conditions. We achieved ‘The Quality Mark for Elder– friendly wards’ in recognition of our commitment to delivering and improving excellent quality care to older people. Only twenty five other wards nationwide are currently recognised this way.

Marnham ward is a 28 bed acute respiratory ward caring for level 1 and 2 patients. Nurses will gain experience in caring for patients with non-invasive ventilation, CPAP, Optiflow and Tracheostomies.

Rodney Smith is a 28 bedded general medical ward specialising in diabetes, endocrine disorders and senior health. We work closely with the Vascular Team, Diabetic Foot Clinic and Diabetic Specialist Nurses.  We nurse patients when surgical intervention is required so you will gain some exposure to pre and post-surgical care. We also take step down patients from ITU.

McEntee ward is an 18 bedded purpose built infectious diseases unit that specialises in the care of patients with transmissible diseases including the management of patients with HIV/AIDS, TB and imported infections such as Malaria. You will gain experience in caring for patients with complex needs who can be acutely unwell.

Richmond is a 51 bedded Acute Medical unit incorporating an 8 bedded Acute Dependency Unit and a Consultant Led Ambulatory Assessment Unit/Clinic area. Caring for patients with acute medical conditions and those requiring high dependency nursing care in a fast turnover environment. To see our new ambulatory care area, click on the video below.

To see our current vacancies click here.

If you cant see what you are looking for please contact

nicole.riordan@stgeorges.nhs.uk

Senior Nurse for Recruitment and Retention