dedicated ward

dedicated ward

An NHS hospital ward specialised in caring for a particular group of people—e.g., children, orthopaedic patients.
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Another issue faced by female sickle cell sufferers is the lack of a dedicated ward for women at Salmaniya Medical Complex's (SMC) Hereditary Blood Disorder Centre, Mr Mousa said.
When they were finally transferred to a dedicated ward, they received "fantastic" care.
I am also very lucky to have great vascular surgical, X-ray and anaesthetic colleagues, caring and dedicated ward, theatre, and outpatient nursing teams, and an inspirational superwoman of a ward clerk.
I am supported by two Sergeants, three dedicated Ward Constables, three Police Constables and five Police Community Support and Traffic Officers.
The two-bed facility will be able to take admissions immediately and there are hopes that if the economic climate changes, the hospice will be able to return to its own dedicated ward.
Prior to this, women were admitted to a dedicated ward for up to six hours after misoprostol administration, thus limiting access to the number of available beds.
The trust identified a dedicated ward area where we isolated and nursed these patients.
diff as quickly as possible and we anticipate the new dedicated ward facility will significantly reduce the risk of the infection spreading.
Mr Blair, when Prime Minister, promised a dedicated ward last year following criticism that military personnel fresh from the battlefield were mixed with civilians.
A spokesman said, however, ``Patients requiring urgent orthopaedic surgery as a result of trauma or accident are on a dedicated ward and these operations are still going ahead.
Indeed, the only contribution with ideology and politics in the title addresses the problems of organizing a dedicated ward for persons with AIDS.
I AM supported by two Sergeants, three Dedicated Ward Constables, two Police Constables and seven Police Community Support and Traffic Officers.