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Accident & Emergency

Our Accident and Emergency department (A&E) has its own dedicated entrance at the front of the hospital. The department is open all year round, 24 hours day. 

 

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Note:  A&E should not be confused with the Emergency Admissions and Discharge Unit (EADU) which is for the assessment of emergency patients sent to hospital by family doctors. 

 

Name of Consultant Medical Secretary   Direct Dial Fax
Mr R Franklin 452154 452154
Mr D Peacock 452318 452154
Dr J Crawfurd  452154  452154
 Dr D Wade  452318  452154

 


 Phone Number
 Nurse  452457
 Senior Sister  452457
 Matron  452774

Our A&E treats more than 60,000 patients a year.

Our A&E nurses and doctors operate a See and Treat service for patients with more minor problems and we aim to treat patients as quickly as we possibly can.

Within the A&E department we treat patients with life-threatening problems in the Resuscitation area (we call it Resus).

Children are cared for in our brand new separate treatment and waiting area.

A&E patients may also need to be seen by our Radiology team for x-rays or MRI and CT scans and patients with broken bones are treated in our plaster room.

 
 
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