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M2 (gynaecology) at St Helier Hospital
- Specialisation: Gynaecology
- Location: St Helier Hospital
Telephone number: 020 8296 3659 / 2150
Ground floor, Women's Health (block E)
Postal address to write to patients
St Helier Hospital
- Head of Nursing: Marion Louki (Head of Midwifery and Nursing)
- Ward rounds:
There are doctors' rounds every day, and consultants visit on a regular basis.
- Medicine rounds: There are medicine rounds four times a day.
- Breakfast: from 8am
- Lunch: 12noon
- Dinner: 5pm - 6pm
Women will be admitted to M2 for gynaecological operations and procedures such as a hysterectomy, laparoscopy, investigations to assist conception or problems in early pregnancy and urogynaecological problems. In addition to this, women having non-gynaecological operations and procedures may also be admitted to the ward.
Gynaecology Day Unit: Area within Ward M2 with six trolleys for gynaecology day surgery patients (pre/post-operatively).
Facilities on the ward
- Number of inpatient beds: 11 for gynaecology/female patients
- Number of bays: One 6-bedded area
- Number of single bedded rooms: 5 (including 1 with ensuite shower)
- Single/mixed sex: This ward is for women only. 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.
- Other facilities: 2 showers 1 bath
Visiting the ward and restrictions for visitors
- Visiting hours: 3pm - 8pm every day (except on the day of operation when visitors are asked to come between 7pm and 8pm to enable their relative to rest as much as possible)
- Max visitors per bed: 2
- Mobile phone policy: We ask patients to keep use of mobile phones to the absolute minimum to avoid disruption to other patients.
- 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
- Can I receive flowers?: Yes
- Going home:
Your GP is informed of discharge as soon as possible.