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B4 at St Helier Hospital
- Specialisation: Medical short stay
- Location: St Helier Hospital
Telephone number: 020 8296 2958
Fourth floor, B block
Postal address to write to patients
St Helier Hospital
- Matron: Claire Berry
- Head of Nursing: Craig Wood
- Ward Manager: Nicky Shaw
- Ward rounds:
Monday – Friday 9am - 12noon: Dr Shah, Dr Sinclair, Dr Shail or Dr Mutgi (weekly rotations).
- Medicine rounds: As per patient's drug chart, but normally: 6am, 12noon, 6pm and 10pm
- Breakfast: 8am
- Lunch: 12noon
- Dinner: 6pm
Beverages: 7.30am, 8.15am, 10.45am, 1pm, 6.10pm, 6.30pm and 7.45pm
Snacks: 10.45am and 4.10pm
Water jug changes: 7.10am, 1.30pm and 6.30pm
Facilities on the ward
- Number of inpatient beds: 16
- Number of bays: 3
- Number of single bedded rooms: 4
- 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 showers / toilet rooms 1 toilet
Visiting the ward and restrictions for visitors
- Visiting hours: 2.30pm - 8pm
- Max visitors per bed: 2
- Mobile phone policy: Mobile phones can be on but must be kept on silent so other patients are not disturbed.
- Other restrictions for visitors:
Restrictions may be required due to medical conditions. This will be advised by nursing staff or doctors.
Meeting with the doctors: If you would like to speak to the doctor or Consultant caring for your relative, please speak to a member of the nursing staff or the ward receptionist who can arrange a time for you to attend the ward.
Children under the age of 12 are not encouraged to visit unless discussed with the nurse in charge as young children can be vulnerable to infection due to under-developed immune systems.
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
- Going home:
Once you have been told you are ready to go home you will need:
- To arrange transport to take you home, such as a friend, relative or taxi - we can only provide an ambulance if you have a medical need
- Clothes to wear home. If you do not have any clothes or are unable to get any brought into hospital prior to your discharge then in certain circumstances we can provide clothing which has been donated to us; although this is limited.
- To have access to your house, ie key safe code or keys.
- Ensure that you have everything you need, including any medication and your discharge summary. We can post your discharge summary to you if it is not completed prior to you going home. You can also go home and return later in the day for any medication or send a relative or friend if you cannot come back yourself.
- Aim to send you home before 1pm if possible; this will be via our discharge lounge if appropriate.