St Pancras Rehabilitation Unit provides treatment and support for patients whose physical abilities have been reduced through illness, such as a stroke, or a fall or a musculoskeletal condition.

During their stay on one of our three wards our patients are encouraged to play an active part in setting goals for themselves with the care team.

020 33173412/3

This 18-bed ward is for patients who have had a stroke or other neurological event. Specialist medical, therapy and nursing care is provided to support patients, families and carers. The Ward Manager is Mary Anne Nathan.

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020 3317 3435/3743

Rochester East has 17 beds and is a rehabilitation ward for patients who have multi-pathology conditions which impact on their health and mobility. The ward, managed by Francis Amponsah, provides expert and focused support to help patients return home.

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0203 317 3423/3421

This multi-pathology ward has 17 beds. The Ward Manager is Veronica Rodriguez.

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Patients can stay with us for a number of weeks. To support them during their stay with us we have entertainment champions on each ward who coordinate a weekly timetable of events including:

  • Film club
  • Bingo
  • DVDs with individual DVD players
  • Music in hospitals
  • Be-frienders
  • Beautician
  • Readers
  • Patient gift and snack trolley

We also have afternoons where dogs visit patients either in the Patient Lounge or on the ward.

Our local chaplain visit us regularly and they can arrange for colleagues in the Jewish, Muslim, Catholic and Buddhist faiths to visit our patients.

As well as nursing and medical staff, we have occupational therapists, physiotherapists, speech and language therapists, dietitians, psychologists, pharmacists and rehabilitation assistants, all working together to provide the best care for each patient and their families and carers.

The team provides a full range of medical and therapy support to help patients return home and be as independent as possible.

Depending on their condition and abilities, patients work towards:

  • regaining everyday life skills
  • returning to independent living
  • managing their disability with a positive but realistic outlook

Patients registered with a Camden, Islington or City and Hackney general practitioner (GP) who need to stay in hospital during their rehabilitation.

The service is not suitable for people:

  • Without rehabilitation potential
  • Who are medically unstable

The service accepts referrals from acute hospitals and social care professionals. Referrals should be made through the Central Access Team on 020 3317 3400.

NHS e-Referral is not applicable to this service.

NHS e-Referral is not applicable to this service.

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