Who is the CEO of Walsall Manor Hospital?

Who is the CEO of Walsall Manor Hospital?

Richard Beeken – CEO – Walsall Healthcare NHS Trust | LinkedIn.

Can you visit Walsall Manor Hospital?

Visits cannot be booked in advance unless in exceptional circumstances and visitors should not contact wards directly to make arrangements. One visitor per patient per day will be allowed to come into the hospital and stay for up to an hour with their loved one or friend.

How many beds does Walsall Manor have?

Walsall Manor Hospital is an acute general hospital that serves a population of around 270,000 across Walsall and surrounding areas. The hospital has 550 acute beds and provides a wide range of services including a 24 hour accident and emergency department.

What trust is Walsall Manor?

Walsall Healthcare NHS Trust
Walsall Healthcare NHS Trust provides local general hospital and community services to around 260,000 people in Walsall and the surrounding areas. We are the only provider of NHS acute care in Walsall, providing inpatients and outpatients at the Manor Hospital as well as a wide range of services in the community.

What does Walsall Manor Hospital Specialise in?

The Manor Hospital is close to the M6 motorway and the centre of Walsall. The Trust has approximately 600 beds and provides a comprehensive range of medical and surgical services for all ages on one site. We are a teaching hospital affiliated to the University of Birmingham Medical School.

Is the parking still free at the Manor hospital Walsall?

Car parking charges will be reintroduced at Walsall Manor Hospital, as well as Sandwell General Hospital. Parking remains free at Stafford’s County Hospital, while charges for visitors at New Cross and Cannock Chase hospitals were brought back in July.

Is disabled parking free at Walsall Manor Hospital?

Disabled parking Blue badge holder parking is fee-paying on the hospital site. Dedicated disabled parking areas are located: At the rear of the hospital outside the inpatient entrance.

How long do you stay in a short stay ward?

The definition of a ‘short stay’ varies, but is usually taken to be a hospital stay of <72 h. These units have been shown to reduce length of stay without increasing readmission rates,3 and to reduce in-hospital complications and readmissions within 30 days.