Our searchable ward directory contains information about our wards, including contact details, location information, visiting hours, names of key ward staff and what you can or cannot bring onto the ward.
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A3 at St Helier Hospital
- Specialisation: Orthopaedic ward: emergency care for hip and spinal fractures
- Location: St Helier Hospital
Telephone number: 020 8296 2851 / 4723
Third floor, A block
Postal address to write to patients
St Helier Hospital
- Matron: Nicki Watkins
- Head of Nursing: Edmund Tabay
- Ward Manager: Carole Sherrifs
- Other key staff: Claire Fisher, Senior Sister Caryn Digman and Louise Roche, junior sisters
- Ward rounds:
Ward rounds are held every morning from 9am with a consultant. The ortho-geriatric team complete their ward rounds on Monday and Thursday mornings. Please speak to the nurse in charge if you or your family wish to speak to the team and we will try to arrange this for you.
- Medicine rounds: 6am, 12noon, 6pm and 10pm. Please do not interrupt the nurse during the medicine round.
- Breakfast: 7.30am, with early morning tea at 6.30am
- Lunch: 12noon
- Dinner: 5pm
Beverages with meals & 8.30am 10am 2pm 5.30pm 7pm
Facilities on the ward
- Number of inpatient beds: 23
- Number of single bedded rooms: 2
- Single/mixed sex: This ward is divided so that men and women sleep in different bays and share different bathrooms and toilets.
- Hospedia system available:
Hospedia, our bedside TV, phone and internet service is available at on all beds.
- Other facilities: 3 shower rooms 3 toilets 1 rehab gym
Visiting the ward and restrictions for visitors
Restrictions for patients
- Going home:
All patients will go to the discharge lounge from 9am to wait for own or hospital transport. Hospital transport will only be provided for patients who have a medical reason for it.
- Good to know:
Our discharge planning begins the day you are admitted to hospital.