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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It has a dedicated ward for critical conditions for lifting them in a fully equipped ambulance to the nearest hospital.
It has a dedicated ward for critical conditions and shifting them in a fully equipped ambulance to the nearest hospital," explained Al Ali.
The fact extra beds will be e placed on wards, rather than concentrating any overflow in one dedicated ward as has happened previously, is another worry.
We would like to see a dedicated ward for cancer patients between the ages of 14 and 20.
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.
A significant improvement in the quality of care was achieved by establishing a dedicated ward for children with cancer.
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.
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.