rehabilitation ward

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rehabilitation ward

A ward or part thereof in the UK which is used to manage patients whose condition requires rehabilitation before discharge. Beds in the ward may be allocated to rehabilitation medicine or to any other specialty, including general medicine, cardiology, geriatric assessment, neurology, neurosurgery and orthopaedic surgery.
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The next thing I remember was being in the rehab ward at the hospital - I'd been in a coma for two weeks," he said.
Tenders are invited for Renovation Of Rehab Ward At Igh
Because it was the school holidays, she had come down to help with her mum, who was a patient in the rehab ward.
NHS staff are a shining example I AM a retired SRN, and due to a severe Orthopaedic acute condition this year I had to utilise Emergency 999 - Glan Clwyd - Gobowen Orthopaedic Hospital - Llandudno General Hospital, Rehab Ward, and Community Support Services.
The first floor includes 12 dental clinics and 12 family clinics, while the second floor features a physiotherapy rehab ward and a child and mother's clinic.
The Assertive Rehab ward holds patients who are entitled to more freedom - some are allowed out in the community on a limited basis.
JUNE 13: Reports in Germany say he has been moved to a rehab ward, but that his condition is still not good.
THIS week's Paris Hilton Prize for Incarceration goes to Lindsay Lohan, who continues to prove that real life is more dramatic than the movies after being sentenced to 90 days in a locked rehab ward for lying to police about being behind the wheel of her car when it crashed into a truck.
And he was quick to quell any speculation that the closure of the post-op rehab ward placed a question mark over the future of the Barby Road site as a whole.
Mark is living independently now and his recovery really is thanks to the efforts of those on the rehab ward.
STAFF last night reacted with shock and anger at plans to close a rehab ward for elderly patients in Ellesmere Port.