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 is not true that we have a dedicated ward for okada accident victims.
Minister said expanding and improving existing patient services is on the cards of government, further milestones achieved by the Government to renovated PIMS include a dedicated ward for oncology patients with more than 100% increase in bed strength, a fully renovated Surgical Ward 1.
'A dedicated ward for oncology patients with more than 100pc increase in bed strength, the fully renovated Surgical Ward I for urology and plastic surgery patients and an attendant waiting area in the cardiac centre have been completed,' he said.
ISLAMABAD -- Pakistan's first dedicated ward for transgender people opened at Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences (Pims) on Saturday.
"We have been liaising with communities by providing high visibility assurance patrols from dedicated ward officers and Safer Neighbourhood teams."
Emergence of the multi-professional team during the dedicated ward rounds
For breast feeding the dedicated ward should have an LED carrying the messages of professional gynecologists for persuasion and telling the advantages of breast feeding.
But they fear the standard of treatment for patients will slip if the dedicated ward closes - and it is unlikely to be the only closure.
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."