ward corridor

The hospital has six wards plus smaller specialised units and a Paediatric Critical Care Unit.

Medical wards

M1 – a medical ward for patients aged 0-4 years with a variety of medical conditions
M2 – a medical ward for patients aged 4-16 years with a variety of medical conditions
M3 – our haematology and oncology ward

Surgical wards

S1 – a surgical ward with specialties, including ENT
S2 – our dedicated neurosciences ward
S3 – a specialist orthopaedic and plastic surgery ward
Sleep Unit – a three bed unit for sleep studies


Burns Unit – a four bed cubicalised ward

Critical care

PCCU – our Paediatric Critical Care Unit for the sickest children


Neonatal Surgical Unit – a unit with 12 cots for very small babies requiring specialised care

Hospital school

We also have a hospital school with teaching and support staff. Our school is open for children well enough to learn and the teaching staff are available during term time from 8.50am to 12.05pm and 12.55pm to 3.10pm. They support children with work from school, and provide work if they have none with them.

The hospital is also an exam centre so if children are missing important exams, then it may be possible for them to sit them in hospital.

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