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.
To use the directory simply go to the relevant hospital to see a list of all wards. Then click on the name of the ward to see the detail page for this ward. Alternatively you can use the search to find what you are looking for.
B3 at St Helier Hospital
- Specialisation: Orthopaedic and general surgery ward
- Location: St Helier Hospital
Telephone number: 020 8296 2636 / 4719
Third floor, B block
Postal address to write to patients
St Helier Hospital
- Matron: Nicki Watkins
- Head of Nursing: Edmund Tabay
- Ward Manager: Connie Tambogon
- Other key staff: Fiona Wilkinson, Junior Sister
- Ward rounds:
As the orthopaedic doctors go round patients are seen.
- Medicine rounds: 6am, 12noon, 5pm, 10pm
- Breakfast: 8am, with early morning team at 7am
- Lunch: 12noon
- Dinner: 5pm
Beverages are served at 7am, 8am, 11am, 1pm
Facilities on the ward
- Number of inpatient beds: 16
- Number of bays: 3
- Number of single bedded rooms: 4
- Single/mixed sex: The ward is divided so that men and women sleep in different bays and share different bathrooms and toilets. Some patients will have their own bedroom and bathroom.
- Hospedia system available:
Hospedia, our bedside TV, phone and internet service is available at on all beds.
Visiting the ward and restrictions for visitors
- Visiting hours: 2pm - 8pm. Out of hours visiting should be arranged with ward staff.
- Max visitors per bed: 2
- Other restrictions for visitors:
Read more about protected mealtimes (see In the hospital) and privacy and dignity in our hospitals. Please observe the no smoking policy in all hospital buildings and on the hospital grounds (including car parks).
Restrictions for patients
- What you cannot bring or use at this ward:
Please do not bring your own electrical equipment like TV sets.
- Going home:
All patients will go to the discharge lounge from 9am to wait 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.