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Hospital Guide for NHS Professionals


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Contents Message from the Chief Executive

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Mission Statement and Strategic Objectives

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SECTION 1 – Getting around

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SECTION 2 – Transport

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SECTION 3 – Buildings

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SECTION 4 – Your patients

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SECTION 5 – Consultant Directory

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SECTION 6 – Services

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SECTION 7 – The Trust

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SECTION 8 – Telephone Directory

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Welcome By Trust Chief Executive Julia Bridgewater WELCOME to this Hospital Guide for NHS Professionals. Here you will find useful information for yourselves, your patients and their visitors and your colleagues working in the NHS. The guide has been designed to be portable so it can be used as an important point of reference. Our new hospital is an important piece in the jigsaw of achieving the highest quality of care for our patients. Our strategic priorities are to: • deliver safe, appropriate and effective patient care • provide efficiency driven by innovation, teaching, research and education • be efficient and financially stable • build a positive reputation and play a key role in the wider community.

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Every member of NHS staff who use the hospital has an important role to play, and I hope the information in this guide will prove useful to you, your colleagues and your patients.


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SECTION 1 Getting around

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Glossary of terms External signposting on the site • Main Entrance, Main Building (may often be referred to as Main Hospital) • Emergency Centre (may often be referred to as A&E) • Children’s Centre (may often be referred to as Cheethams Children’s Hospital) • Trent Building (previously Hartshill Orthpaedic and Surgery Unit) • Lyme Building (previously New Surgical and Paediatric Department) • Cancer Centre • Maternity Centre • West Building • Kidney Centre

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New Buildings and symbols

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Site map Car Parking City General hospital currently has 1,500 car parking spaces for patients, relatives and staff across its three sites. Once the landscaping is complete in 2014, University Hospital of North Staffordshire will have 2,150 car parking spaces.

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KEY Patient/visitor car park Staff parking Multi-storey car park (staff upper floors) Disabled Parking Drop off zone

This map shows the location of parking at University Hospital of North Staffordshire. The map shows the size, location, access and accessibility of the car parks available.

Cycle parking

Each building is close to a particular site entrance and hospital car park. Please use the guidance in Section 3 – Buildings when choosing which site entrance to arrive and which area to park.

Buidling entrance

Hospital building Bus stop

Hospital road/public highway


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Staff, patient and visitor multi-storey car park

Construction of Car Parks D, E, F and link road

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Facilities

Energy Centre

Construction of Car Parks D, E, F and link road Car Park B

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Russell Building

SY2 Kidney centre Main Entrance

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Trent Building Children’s Centre Maternity Centre Emergency Centre

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Cancer Centre

Lyme Building Sterile Services

Medical School

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Clinical Education Centre

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Access Entry points

Entrance 1

Instructions for how the site’s four entry points should be used are included here and overleaf.

From the A34 next to the Cancer Centre (shown below)

The Child Development Centre still has its own separate car park accessed from Hilton Road, not from any of the entrances described.

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Entrances 1 and 3 will be the main entrance for patients, staff and visitors to the hospital. All Trust communications and literature will make this clear.


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Entrance 2 From the A34, next to the Undergraduate Medical School and Clinical Education Centre (shown below) This is the main route for ambulances coming to Accident and Emergency from the A34. It also provides access for vehicles visiting Sterile Services and the Catering Department.

It is also the best entrance for: • Visitors to the Undergraduate Medical School and Clinical Education Centre • Patients and visitors attending the Lower Floor of the Lyme Building

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Entrance 3 From Hilton Road next to the decked car park Entrances 1 and 3 will be the main entrance for patients, staff and visitors to the hospital. All Trust communications and literature will make this clear.

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Entrance 4 From Hilton Road next to the Child Development Centre This entrance should only be used by emergency vehicles.

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Internal signposting Signs have been carefully designed to make it easy for patients, visitors and staff to find their way around. The hospital is built on six floors, encompassing Lower Ground Floor 2, Lower Ground Floor 1, Ground Floor, Floor 1, Floor 2 and Floor 3.

Patients and visitors entering the hospital via the Main Entrance on the Ground Floorwill be directed to the department they require using specific lifts. The wards, which are located to the rear of the building, if entering via the Main Entrance, are roughly 50m-100m walk away. Outpatient clinics, located towards the front of the building, are a similar distance. Patients and visitors who have problems walking distances over 100m are advised to use the wheelchairs provided at the Main Entrance. Toilets, the restaurant, a shop, a cafe and the pharmacy are all accessed via the atrium.

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Maps Lower Ground 2 (LG2)

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Patient lift Public lift

1 Critical Care ● 2 Theatres 20-33 ● 3 Prayer Centre & Chaplains’ Office ●

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Lower Ground 1 (LG1)

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Patient lift Public lift

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1 Children’s Emergency Care and Treatment Unit ● 2 Emergency Centre Entrance and Reception ● 3 Adult Emergency ● 4 Emergency X-Ray ● 5 Clinical Decision Unit and Acute Medicine ● (Ward 210)

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6 Endoscopy Department ● 7 Nuclear Medicine ● 8 X-Ray ● 9 Pharmacy ● 10 Staff Only ● 11 Mortuary ●


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1 Children’s Outpatients ● Department

2 Children’s intensive Care Unit ● 3 Cheethams Ward 216 ● 4 Cheethams Ward 217 ● 5 Ward 218 ● 6 Outpatients 1 ● 7 Breast Care ●

8 Ear, Nose & Throat (ENT) ● 9 Hearing and Balance Clinic ● 1 ●0 Eye Unit 11 Emergency Eye Clinic ● 12 Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery, ●

Orthodontics and Restorative Dentistry 13 Patient Advice & Liaison Services (PALS)

14 Bereavement Services ● 15 UHNS Charity ● 16 Macmillan Support & ● Information Centre

● 18 Gait Laboratory ● 19 Outpatients – Orthopaedic ● 20 Assessment Clinic ● 21 Dispensary ● 22 Main Entrance & Ambulance ● 17 Fracture Clinic

Pick-Up/Drop-Off Point

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Floor 1 5 4 3

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Patient lift Public lift

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1 Coronary Care Unit ● 2 Ward 220 ● 3 Ward 221 ● 4 Ward 222 ● 5 Ward 223 ● 6 Medical Investigative Unit ●

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7 Outpatients 3 ● 8 Clinical Photography ● 9 Blood Tests ● 10 Cardiac & Respiratory ● Physiology

11 Cardiac Catheterisation ●

12 Outpatients 2 ● 13 Neurophysiology Clinic ● 14 Dermatology Clinic ● 15 Cashiers Office ● 16 Restaurant ●


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Patient lift Public lift

1 Ward 225 ● 2 Ward 226 ● 3 Ward 227 ● 4 Ward 228 ● 5 Pathology (staff only) ●

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Floor 3 4 3 2 1

Patient lift Public lift

1 Ward 230 ● 2 Ward 231 ● 3 Ward 232 ● 4 Ward 233 ●

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Retained estate – Lyme Lower floor

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1 Ward 106 ● 2 Ward 107 ● 3 Ward 108 ● 4 ● Ward 109 5 Ward 117 ● 6 Staff Only ●

Patient lift Public Toilets

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Upper floor

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To the main hospital (LG2)

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Lyme Building Main Entrance

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1 Ward 100 ● 2 Ward 101 ● 3 Ward 102 ● 4 ● Ward 103 5 Day Surgery & Admissions ● Unit Ward 104/5

6 Theatres 1-5

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7 Theatres 6-7 ● 8 Ward 115 ● 9 Central Treatment Suite ● (CTS)

10 Central Discharge Lounge ● 11 Inpatient Imaging & ● Neurophysiology & PET

Lift Public Toilets Public Telephones


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Retained estate – Trent Ground floor

Main entrance

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1 Therapies ● 2 Staff Only ● 3 Sleep and Vent ● 4 ● Junior Doctors (staff only)

Lift Public Toilets

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First floor Haemodialysis Unit entrance

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1 Ward 120 ● 2 Ward 121 ● 3 Ward 122 ● 4 ● Ward 123 5 Kidney Unit: ●

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6 Kidney Unit: Ward 124 ● 7 Kidney Unit ● 8 Poswillo Dental Suite ● 9 Dental Laboratory ● 10 Staff Only ●

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SECTION 2 Transport

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Car parking Patients and visitors can help ease parking congestion by using public transport to get to the site. All public car parks are numbered or lettered, and visitors will be informed of the most appropriate car park to use. Parking will not be permitted in areas of the site where there are restrictions in place, and these restrictions will be enforced by the parking attendants. The Trust has also been working with the local communities to ensure it does not have a negative impact on those who live around us. We would ask all patients and visitors to consider those communities and not park in neighbouring residential areas.

PARKING CHARGES Up to 4 hours ................................... £2 4-8 hours .......................................... £4 8-24 hours ........................................ £6 Concessionary parking permit ... £3.40 (see page 29 for details)

Traffic control The speed limit around the hospital site is 10 miles per hour. Except for vehicles attending an emergency, every vehicle must keep to this limit for safety reasons.

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Concessionary parking permits The Trust offers a concessionary parking permit for patients and visitors who visit frequently. The following patients and visitors are eligible: • Patients who visit the Trust for several days throughout the week. • Relatives of terminally ill patients who are visiting on a daily basis. • Relatives of patients likely to be an inpatient for longer than seven days. • Relatives visiting for long periods of time outside normal visiting hours. The cost of the concessionary parking permit is £3.40.

Buying and displaying your Concessionary Parking Permit: 1. Ask for a Concessionary Parking Permit form from the ward and complete section 1. 2. Ask a ward sister/departmental manager to complete section 2. 3. Take the completed and signed form to an APCOA office, either the ground floor, multi-storey car park at the City General or the grey cabin, near the helipad at the Royal Infirmary 4. The form, valid for seven days only, will be authorised by the attendant. 5. You must visibly display your permit inside your vehicle. The Concessionary Parking Permit is valid for one week only. If you need subsequent permits, a new application form must be authorised by ward staff and be purchased at an APCOA office. The parking permit is valid for one vehicle only.

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Drop-off and disabled spaces Parking for people with disabilities and drop-off or short stay spaces are provided close to the hospital entrances. Drop-off and short stay spaces will be monitored and anyone parking longer than they should will be given a warning notice and, if appropriate, a Parking Enforcement Notice. All car parking on the site is monitored by the Trust’s car parking provider.

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Bicycles and motorcycles Secure, covered bicycle and motorcycle parking facilities are provided close to the hospital entrances to encourage patients and visitors to cycle to the site.

Motorcycle parking is available in the multi-storey car park.

Bicycles should be parked in these facilities and not taken into buildings.

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Ambulances Entry points Emergency ambulances for patients on trolleys should use the Ambulance Only entrance at the Emergency Centre (adjacent to the helipad). Patients brought to the Emergency Centre on foot or in a chair should be brought through the walk-in entrance of the Emergency Centre. Patients brought to University Hospital for emergency care should use these two entrances only.

Patients arriving in non-emergency ambulances for the Main Building should use the Ambulance entrance (shown on the map overleaf). This entrance is controlled by a key code which is available from the ambulance service. For patients arriving by non-emergency ambulance and patients leaving the hospital on a trolley for services in other buildings (see list below), the main entrances are available for use. • Maternity Centre • Cancer Centre • Trent Building • Lyme Building • West Building The Children’s Assessment Unit ambulance entrance is located next to the Ambulance entrance, shown overleaf.

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Main Entrance

Car Park G

Non-Emergancy Ambulance Entrance Children’s Centre

Emergency Centre Child Development Centre

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Public transport Buses Bus stops contain up-to-date information about services to and from the hospital. First bus offer a regular service from Hanley (City Centre) (24/24A, 25, 101), Stoke (24, 24A, 25), Newcastle (22, 24/24A, 101) and Longton(22). Other operators’ services include Scraggs’ 31 and Wardle Transport Service 41 from Hanley, Stoke and Newcastle. The following are the recommended services to the various sites and take you straight to the entrance: • City General site – 22, 24/24A, 41 (alternatively 5-10 minutes walk from bus stop on A34 for service 101) Additional services include: 16 (Hanley, Bucknall, Werrington, Cheddleton and Leek) and 58 (Hanley, Stoke, Penkhull, Newcastle via Etruria Vale Road, Hanley, Stoke, Penkhull, Trent Vale, Clayton).

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Please note, there is no bus service through University Hospital after 7.30pm Mondays to Saturdays. Service 101 still provides a service via the A34. If you need travel planning advice contact Traveline on 0871 200 22 33 or visit www.traveline.info

Trains Stoke-on-Trent railway station is about 1.5 miles from the hospital. Taxis are available outside the station. For details of train services to Stoke-on-Trent visit the www.nationalrail.co.uk or call 08457 48 49 50.


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Moving around the hospital Wheelchairs Visitors who are moved by bed, trolley, wheelchair or on foot should be accompanied as necessary by appropriate staff. Wheelchairs are available from the Main Entrance. Porters and clinical staff moving a patient will make them fully aware of the purpose of the move and will preserve the patient’s comfort and dignity at all times.

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Toilet facilities for disabled people Toilets for independent use by wheelchair users are located across the site. Please ask a member of staff for details about suitable facilities for parents and carers of adults or children with learning difficulties or a physical disability to safely, and with dignity, change the person in their care. Staff are responsible for making sure visitors are aware of these facilities and arrangements.

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Emergency Centre The Emergency Centre (or A&E) is open 24 hours a day and is located in the Main Building on Lower Ground Floor 1. Emergency Centre can only be accessed through its dedicated entrance, the public and visitors should not use the Main Entrance to access this area. There is no patient/visitor access to the rest of Main Building using the Emergency Centre entrance. The Emergency Centre itself has two entry points, a walk-in entrance and an emergency ambulance entrance (located opposite the helipad).

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Any patient brought to the Emergency Centre in an emergency ambulance who is either able to walk or enter via a chair will be escorted around to the walk-in entrance. Parking and drop-off spaces are available directly opposite the Walk-in entrance.


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Main Entrance The Main Building is the name of the new hospital. It can be accessed from either the Hilton Road entrance (Entrance 3) or North entrance of the A34 (Entrance 1) closest to Newcastleunder-Lyme town centre. However, the Trust recommends that you use the Hilton Road entrance where possible as construction work is taking place in the centre of the site. There is blue badge parking available close to the Main Entrance. To access this, please take the second left after entering the site from the Hilton Road entrance.

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Maternity Centre The Maternity Centre is located close to the A34/Newcastle Road. Use the North entrance of the A34 (Entrance 1) closest to Newcastle-under-Lyme town centre to access the site. The Trust recommends you use either the pay & display car park next to the West Building or the car park next to the A34 itself (to access this car park you must loop around the West Building).

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Cancer Centre The Cancer Centre is located on the A34. Use the North entrance of the A34 (Entrance 1) closest to Newcastle-underLyme town centre to access the site. The car park outside the Cancer Centre is for those using that particular building only. The car park next to the A34 (accessed behind the West Building) should be used as a Cancer Centre overspill car park. There is a short cut through to the Cancer Centre to avoid the need to walk around the perimeter of the West Building.

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Children’s Centre The Children’s Centre is located on Ground Floor of Main Building. Patients and visitors can use either the Main Entrance or the dedicated Children’s Centre entrance (located on Lower Ground Floor 1 adjacent to Emergency Centre). It is recommended that parents use the car park directly opposite the dedicated Children’s Centre entrance.

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Trent Building Trent Building patients and visitors should use the same car parks as those using the Main Building, there are link corridors connecting the buildings. However, those patients with blue badges can use disabled bays located outside each building entrance.

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Lyme Building Patients and visitors attending Lyme Building should use the same car parks as those using the Main Building, there are link corridors connecting the buildings. However, those patients with blue badges can use disabled bays located outside the entrance to the building. It is important to note that the upper floor of Lyme Building, where this entrance is located, is the same level as LG2 in Main Building.

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This Lyme Building entrance is set to be demolished in early 2013 to make way for a new entrance that will give direct access to Main Building (where the new Prayer Centre is located).


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Lower Floor Entrance Those patients with blue badges will find a small number of disabled bays located outside this entrance to the Lyme Building. It is important to note that the lower floor of Lyme Building, where this entrance is located, is a floor below the lowest floor, LG2, in Main Building.

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Undergraduate Medical School The Undergraduate Medical School is located opposite the lower floor of Lyme Building. This building is primarily occupied by Keele University but the Trust does have access to meeting rooms on request. To access the building, contact reception using the intercom on the left hand side door.

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A Block A Block is a Grade II listed building which previously housed clinical wards. This building will house Trust Headquarters, Nursing Directorate, Finance Department, Human Resources Department and other office based staff. Visitors to Trust Headquarters should park in the pay & display car parks available.

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B Block B Block is a Grade II listed building located opposite the old chapel. The building houses the Clinical Technology Department.

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There are a small number of reserved parking spaces for staff only outside this department to allow the transfer of heavy equipment.


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C Block C Block is a Grade II listed housing the Trust’s Healthcare Careers and Skills Academy. This former workhouse has been renovated to include IT suites, teaching rooms and office for staff.

Anyone visiting the Healthcare Careers and Skills Academy should use the pay and display car park opposite.

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Supplies

The main supplies building is located to the rear of C Block. The Trust has three service yards. Service Yard 1 is located adjacent to the main supplies building, Service Yard 2 is located adjacent to the sterile services building and Service Yard 3 is located next to the Main Building close to the Hilton Road entrance (Entrance 3).

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West Building The west Building is located close to the A34/Newcastle Road. Use the North entrance of the A34 (Entrance 1) closest to Newcastle-under-Lyme town centre to access the site. The Trust recommends you use either the pay & display car park next to the West Building or the car park next to the A34 itself (to access this car park you must loop around the West Building).

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Child Development Centre The Child Development Centre is located opposite the walk-in entrance to the Emergency Centre. There are a small number of disabled bays and drop off spaces outside the centre. All other patients and visitors should use the pay and display car park opposite the Emergency Centre. Access to the Child Development Centre should be via the Hilton road entrance and not the emergency vehicle entrance (which is immediately next to the centre).

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Clinical Education Centre The Clinical Education Centre contains the health library and numerous teaching rooms and lecture theatres. Access to this building should be via site entrance 2. There is a large staff car park area adjacent to the Clinical Education Centre and a small number of disabled bays and pay and display parking.

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Sodexo (Facilities) Building The Sodexo (Facilities) Building is located close to the Main Entrance, opposite the disabled car park.

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Ambulance entrance to building Entry points The main entrances for patients arriving in non-emergency ambulances are: • Children’s Centre entrance • Maternity Centre entrance • Cancer Centre entrance • Trent entrances • Lyme entrances

For patients arriving by emergency ambulance and patients leaving the hospital on a trolley, entrances are: • Ambulance entrance next to the Children’s Assessment Unit (for adult and children’s critical care) • Children’s Assessment Unit ambulance entrance • Emergency Centre • Maternity Centre • Cancer Centre • Trent entrances • Lyme entrances

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Lifts Lifts designated for a particular use, such as a facilities management lift or bed lift, are clearly marked. These lifts must not be used for anything else unless there is a problem with another lift. In particular, where a facilities management lift is available, it should always be used for facilities management activity, including the movement of goods by Trust staff. This will keep patients’ and visitors’ lifts clear.

If a fire alarm sounds all lifts return to the ground floor unless the alarm has been set off on the ground floor, in which case they automatically move to the first floor. When the fire alarm goes off lifts should not be used. Some lifts have override facilities to be used by the fire and rescue service and may be taken over by the fire service to enable them to fight the fire. If anyone is trapped in a lift the Estates Department will launch an emergency response and manually winch the lift to the nearest floor.

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SECTION 4 Your patients

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Out-patients check-in How does it work? It is similar to those used in many GP surgeries. It will ask questions to find out who the person is. It will then ask to check some of personal details like address and telephone number. These details are important to us in case the hospital needs to contact the patient. It will check to see that the patient is on the clinic appointment list for today and as long as they are not too early it will allow them to check in. Anyone trying to check-in cannot do so more than one hour before the appointment. It will then look at how many people are in the clinic waiting room and if there is a seat it will send the patient straight there. If the clinic waiting area is full it will ask them to wait in the main waiting hall until a seat becomes available.

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The patients are listed for the doctors and nurses in appointment time order. It does not work on first come first serve basis. It will give the patient a printed ticket with their name and a unique identification number on and give them a ticket.


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The final screen has directions for helping to get to the correct clinical area for the appointment. Clinics do vary in location, so it’s very important to check-in on the Screens.

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The check-in screens all feature state-ofthe-art security glass that protects patient confidential details.

The system will help us make visits smoother with less people asking for and checking details out loud.

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Proud to care By Chief Nurse Elizabeth Rix It is very important to us that our patients and visitors have a positive experience during their time in University Hospital. We want to provide the level of care that all of us would want for our own loved ones. When patients and visitors thank us, they rarely comment on clinical procedures but they do say things like, “the care provided and compassion shown by staff has been a great comfort to us”.

Professionalism is at the centre of the Proud to Care standards. Our staff will: • Speak to our patients and visitors in a courteous and pleasant manner

Florence Nightingale It is not the things patients and visitors expect us to do well that make a difference, it is the way that care is provided and the attitude of all the staff they come into contact with – clinical and non-clinical – that influence how people look back on their hospital experience. Proud to Care is based on national quality standards, but has been developed by University Hospital staff for all staff.

• Be clean, smart and professional in appearance and adhere to the uniform policies and dress codes at all times

• Where possible obtain consent before giving any treatment or care

• Behave in a way that upholds the reputation of University Hospital and that justifies the trust and confidence the public have in us

• Listen to our patients and visitors and give them the opportunity to express concerns without compromising their care

• Be trustworthy and maintain patient confidentiality

• Wear UHNS identification badges

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The amount of relief and comfort experienced by the sick after the skin has been carefully washed and dried is one of the commonest observations made at a sick bed.

• Minimise risks to patients and our colleagues


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Privacy and dignity The privacy and dignity of patients and visitors must be maintained at all times. Our staff are familiar with the Trust’s privacy and dignity policy and ensure it is adhered to without exception. Staff who are in direct contact with patients and visitors have a responsibility to ensure that their privacy and dignity is maintained. This is particularly important where patients are being moved across the site, are in a state of undress or partial undress or where they are having a physical examination. Staff entrusted with confidential information have a personal responsibility to ensure it is kept safe and secure. They make sure electronic or printed

information can only ever be seen by those entitled to do so. They do not expose this material to any undue risk of being seen by unauthorised individuals. This includes printed and on-screen information at nurses bases and clinic receptions. Care is also be taken when in discussion with patients and relatives, either face to face or over the telephone. No sensitive or general personal information is asked for or given to patients or visitors which could be overheard by another person, unless the urgency of the situation overrides the need to maintain confidentiality. Any breach of patient confidentiality is be treated as a disciplinary matter.

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The healing environment Research has produced considerable evidence that outcomes of patient care are improved by the use of a number of approaches that together create a healing environment. These approaches can be broadly grouped under the following headings: • Access to nature • Control over the environment • Positive distractions • Social support • Reduction of environmental stress All our staff in the hospital consider ways of promoting the creation of a healing environment. In many cases relatively small steps and simple initiatives can have a profound impact on the quality of the patients’ experience.

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Clinical Support Services Imaging Imaging Radiology & Neuroradiology

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John Asquith 675856 Consultant Imaging Radiologist Interventional

Cherian George 675857 Consultant Imaging Radiologist Body Cross-sectional

Saba Bajw 674217 Consultant Imaging Radiologist Breast/General Radiography

David Wells 675856 Consultant Imaging Radiologist

Michael Braithwaite 675862 Consultant Imaging Radiologist Gasto Intestinal

Arum Jacob 675856 Consultant Imaging Radiologist Interventional Radiology

Ingrid Britton 675857 Consultant Imaging Radiologist Upper & Lower Gastro Intestinal

Changez Jadun 675862 Consultant Imaging Neuroradiologist Neuroradiology

Alex Clark 675857 Consultant Imaging Radiologist Body Cross-sectional

Anitha James 675862 Consultant Imaging Radiologist Body Cross-sectional

Mark Cowling 675856 Consultant Imaging Radiologist Interventional

Mary Jones 675856 Consultant Imaging Radiologist Paediatrics

Praveen Datta 675857 Consultant Imaging Radiologist Musculoskeletal

Jooly Joseph 675862 Consultant Imaging Radiologist Neuroradiology


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Imaging Imaging Radiology & Neuroradiology Nicola Lane 675861 Consultant Imaging Radiologist Body Cross-sectional

Nicholas Watson 675857 Consultant Imaging Radiologist Respiratory

Zatinahhayu Mohd-Isa 675861 Consultant Imaging Radiologist Womens

Gillian Klafkowski 675856 Consultant Imaging Radiologist

Sanjeev Nayak 675861 Consultant Imaging Radiologist Neuroradiology Paula Richards 675861 Consultant Imaging Radiologist Musculoskeletal

David Wilcock 675861 Consultant Imaging Radiologist/ Clinical Director, Neuroradiology Christopher Day 675856 Consultant Imaging Radiologist Ram Jeyaratnam 675856 Consultant Imaging Radiologist

Jacqueline Saklatvala 673524 Consultant Imaging Radiologist Musculoskeletal

Nuclear Medicine

Ruth Summerfield 675857 Consultant Imaging Radiologist Body Cross-sectional

John Oxtoby Consultant Radiologist Nuclear Medicine

675905

Biju Thomas 675905 Consultant Imaging Radiologist Body Cross-sectional

Raghuveer Venkannagari Consultant Physician Nuclear Medicine

675905

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Oncology & Haematology Haematology Deepak Chandra 674284 Consultant Haematologist Haemostasis and thrombosis, malignant haematology

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Richard Chasty Consultant Haematologist Morphology & lymphoma

674285

Kamaraj Karunanithi Consultant Haematologist Myeloma

674284

Neil Phillips Consultant Haematologist Lymphoma & thrombosis

674284

Srinivasa Pillai Consultant Haematologist Lymphoma

674285

Karen Schofield Consultant Haematologist General haematology

674285

Andrew Stewart 674285 Consultant Haematologist Morphology, lymphoma & iron overload Gabor Tarkovacs Consultant Haematologist General haematology

674285


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Oncology & Haematology Oncology Fawzi Adab 672561 Consultant Clinical Oncologist Head & Neck, Stomach, Prostate

Arshad Jamil 672563 Consultant Clinical Oncologist Head & Neck, Thyroid, Upper GI

Amjad Al-Niaimi 672616 Locum Consultant Clinical Oncologist Lung, Breast

Apruna Jeganathan 672560 Consultant Clinical Oncologist Lung

Rajanee Bhana Consultant Oncologist Gynae

Susan Lupton Consultant Oncologist Gynae

672560

Adrian Murray Brunt 672565 Consultant Clinical Oncologist Breast, Lymphoma, Skin

Palliative Care

Daljit Gahir 672565 Consultant Clinical Oncologist Head & Neck, Breast

Sarah Kelt Consultant Palliative Care Palliative Care

672560

672566

Selvaraj Giridharan 672563 Consultant Clinical Oncologist Lung, Brain

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Pathology Histopathology Nichola Cooper Consultant Histopathologist Gynae, Urology, Non-Gynae & Gynae Cytology

674291

Kate Morgan Consultant Histopathologist Skin, Gynae, Non-Gynae & Gynea Cytology

674291

Gillian Douce Consultant Histopathologist Head of Cytology, Gynae

674289

Cordelia Howitt Consultant Histopathologist Colorectal, Head & Neck

674290

Daniel Gey van Pittius Consultant Histopathologist Skin, Lung, Lymphoma, Soft Tissue & Renal

674293

Mark Rogerson 674292 Consultant Histopathologist Breast, Thyroid, Urology, Non-Gynae Cytology, Renal

Lisette Hammond 674291 Consultant Histopathologist Breast, Gynae & Non Gynae Cytology

Victoria Smith 674290 Consultant Histopathologist Colorectal, Head & Neck, Lung

Karthik Kalyanasundaram 674289 Consultant Histopathologist Gastrointestinal and Urological histology and Non gynae cytology

Mark Stephens 674292 Consultant Histopathologist Skin, Breast, Lymphoma, Head & Neck, Breast Non-Gynae Cytology

Besim Latifaj Consultant Histopathologist Colorectal, Head & Neck, Non Gynae Cytology

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Pathology Immunology & Microbiology Krishna Banavathi Consultant Microbiologist Anti-biotics, general

674831

Sarah Goddard Consultant Immunologist Allergy, Immunodeficiency

674241

Vasile Laza-stanca Consultant Microbiologist Microbiology

674852

Jeorge (Jurgen) Orendi Consultant Microbiologist Microbiology

674269

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Medical Division Cardiothoracic Medicine Cardiology Ashish Patwala Consultant Cardiologist

553036

Rhys Beynon 552344 Consultant Cardiologist Electrophysiology and Devices

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Adrian Large Consultant Cardiologist Angioplasty, ASD Closure

553393

Adrian Morley-Davies Consultant Cardiologist Devises & EP

552344

James Nolan Consultant Cardiologist General

552493

Robert Butler Consultant Cardiologist Intervention, Heart Disease

553393

John Creamer Consultant Cardiologist Angioplasty, Pacemakers

552341

Mark Gunning Consultant Cardiologist

552333

Grant Heatlie Consultant Cardiologist MRI, Echocardiography

553550

Neena Bodasing 679918 Consultant Infectious Diseases General

Paul Gideon Consultant Cardiologist

552493

Anthony Cadwgan 679918 Consultant Infectious Diseases General

Duwarakan Satchithananda 553036 Consultant Cardiologist Heart Failure


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Cardiothoracic Medicine Respiratory Medicine Martin Allen 553055 Consultant Respiratory Medicine Sleep Raana Haqqee 552641 Consultant Respiratory Medicine General Imran Hussain 552329 Consultant Respiratory Medicine Lung Cancer Elfatih Idris 552638 Consultant Respiratory Medicine Acute Medicine Muhhammad Iqbal 552446 Consultant Acute Physician Respiratory General Toni Jordan 553055 Consultant Respiratory Medicine Sleep

Agit Thomas 552445 Consultant Respiratory Medicine Sven-Erik Lehm 679921 Consultant Respiratory Medicine Acute Medicine, TB Mohammed Haris 679921 Consultant Respiratory Medicine Charles Pantin 552329 Consultant Respiratory Medicine Asthma Naveed Mustfa 553024 Consultant Respiratory Medicine MotorNeuron Disease Monica Spiteri 553024 Consultant Respiratory Medicine ILD

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Cardiothoracic Medicine Emergency Medicine Ann Marie Morris 674410 Consultant Emergency Medicine Rahulan Dharmarajah 674410 Consultant Emergency Medicine Emergency Medicine Julie Norton 674410 Consultant Emergency Medicine Richard Hall 674410 Consultant Emergency Medicine Emergency Medicine Magnus Harrison 674410 Consultant Emergency Medicine Emergency Medicine Ruth Kinston 674410 Consultant Emergency Medicine Emergency Medicine

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Mark Poulson 674410 Consultant Emergency Medicine Emergency Medicine Kamath Raghavendra 674410 Consultant Emergency Medicine Emergency Medicine Mark Ragoo 674410 Consultant Emergency Medicine Emergency Medicine Grace Young 674410 Consultant Emergency Medicine Emergency Medicine Anthony Taylor 674410 Consultant Emergency Medicine Emergency Medicine


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Neurology & Elderly Care Neurololgy 554821

Clive Hawkins 554737 Honorary Consultant Neurologist MS

Hugh Boddie 554071 Consultant Neurologist Parkinsons & Movement Disorders

Carl Mann 554884 Consultant Neurologist Parkinsons & Movement Disorders

Brendan Davies Consultant Neurologist Headache

554689

Carl-Christian Moor Consultant Neurologist Epilepsy

555571

Simon Ellis Consultant Neurologist General, TIA Minor Stroke

554343

Jonathan Partridge Consultant Neurologist General

554737

Adnan Al-Araji Consultant Neurologist MS

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Neurology & Elderly Care Elderly Care

72

Indira Natarajan 555878 Consultant Stroke Physician Acute Stroke, TIA and Acute Medicine

Amit Arora Consultant Geriatrician Stroke

553585

Ranjan Sanyal Consultant Stroke Physician

555879

Marilyn Browne Consultant Geriatrician Orthopaedics

552280

Barnabas Panayiotou Consultant Geriatrician Community

Richard Tunnell Consultant Geriatrician

553588

Christine Roffe 555880 Professor Consultant Geriatrician Stroke

Ibrahim Morgan Consultant Geriatrician General

553586

Christian Wainwright Consultant Geriatrician General & Falls

553581

553585


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Specialised Medicine Diabetes & Endocrinology

Gastroenterolgy

Richard Clayton 553424 Consultant Physician Endocrinologist Endocrinology

Alan Bohan 672704 Consultant Gastroenterologist Hepatology

Mahamood Edavalath 553423 Consultant Physician Diabetes & Endocrinologist Diabetes, Endocrinology

Alison Brind 552383 Consultant Gastroenterologist Hepatology

Fahmy Hanna 553514 Consultant Physician Diabetes & Endocrinologist Diabetes, Endocrinology Arjun Mukerjee 553423 Consultant Physician Diabetes & Endocrinologist Diabetes, Endocrinology George Varughese 553425 Consultant Physician Diabetes & Endocrinologist Diabetes, Endocrinology Adrian Walker 553423 Consultant Physician Diabetes & Endocrinologist Diabetes, Endocrinology

Robert Glass 552519 Consultant Gastroenterologist General, IBD Jonathan Green 552415 Consultant Gastroenterologist, IBD Kar Lau 552383 Consultant Gastroenterologist General Fiona Leslie 553226 Consultant Gastroenterologist Nutrition Sandip Sen 672099 Consultant Gastroenterologist, IBD Aluraj Ramakrishnan 552390 Consultant Gastroenterologist

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Specialised Medicine Nephrology

74

Simon Davies Consultant Nephrologist Peritoneal Dialysis

555586

Satyanananayana Vanga 554165 Locum Consultant Nephrologist Chronic Kidney

Dominic De Takats Consultant Nephrologist General

554223

Diane (Julie) Wessels Consultant Nephrologist Haemodialysis

Menon Madhavan Consultant Nephrologist

554843

Gavin Russell Consultant Nephrologist Hypertension

554164

Chris Thompson Consultant Nephrologist Haemodialysis

554843

Kerry Tomlinson Consultant Nephrologist Transplantation

554843

554165

Neurophysiology Andrew Holton 675303 Consultant Neurophysiologist Neurophysiology


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Child Health

Amar Asokkumar Consultant Neonatalogist

672374

Aswath Kumar Consultant Paediatrician Oncology, General

552245

675167

679823

Warren Lenney Consultant Paediatrician Cystic Fibrosis, Respiratory

552572

Patricia Lithgow Consultant Paediatrician Community

679822

Andrew Magnay Consultant Paediatrician Cardiology

675167

Uma Kumbattae Consultant Paediatrician

552389

Tina Newton Consultant Paediatrician Emergency Medicine

675167

Mona Abdel-Hady Consultant Paediatrician Community

679827

John Alexander Consultant Paediatrician Asthma Furqan Basharat Consultant Paediatrician Epilepsy, Community

Mark Bebbington 675167 Consultant Paediatrician General, Paediatric Intensive Care Myooren Wimalendra Consultant Paediatrician

552245

Caroline Groves Consultant Paediatrician Community

679807

Melissa Hubbard Consultant Paediatrician Asthma, General

552572

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Child Health

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Katherine (Kate) Palmer Consultant Paediatrician Neonatal

672374

Gaddehosur Shivashankar Consultant Paediatrician Neonatologist

672359

Anna Pigott Consultant Paediatrician Gastroenterology

552389

Andy Spencer Consultant Paediatrician Renal

672360

Parakkal Raffeeq Consultant Paediatrician Diabetes

552389

Alexandra Tabor Consultant Paediatrician General

552832

Pavanasam Ramesh 675174 Consultant Paediatrician General, Paediatric Intensive Care

Sarah Thompson Consultant Paediatrician Oncologist

552245

Karen (Kate) Reynolds Consultant Paediatrician Community

679807

Julia Uffindell Consultant Paediatrician Neonatal

672356

Martin Samuels Consultant Paediatrician Sleep Studies, General

552832

Stephen Williams Consultant Paediatrician Community

679833

Ravinder Pal Singh Consultant Paediatrician Epilepsy, Community

679823


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Surgical Division General Surgery & Urology General James Adjogatse Consultant General Surgeon General, Breast

679907

Martin Farmer Consultant General Surgeon Colorectal

679879

Duncan Beardsmore Consultant General Surgeon Upper GI

679875

Christine Hall Consultant General Surgeon Colorectal

679877

Chandra Cheruvu Consultant General Surgeon Upper GI

679876

Robert Kirby Consultant General Surgeon General, Breast

679908

William Crisp Consultant General Surgeon Upper GI

679874

Nicholas Harrison 679877 Consultant Colorectal Surgeon

Robin Dawson Consultant General Surgeon Colorectal

679878

Mark Deakin Consultant General Surgeon Upper GI

679873

Damien Durkin Consultant General Surgeon Upper GI

679874

Richard Morgan Consultant General Surgeon Vascular

679886

Sankaran Narayanan 679906 Consultant General Surgeon, Breast Aideen Walsh Consultant General Surgeon Vascular

679882

Antonio Privitera 679880 Consultant Colorectal Surgeon

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General Surgery & Urology General

Paediatric

Sam Sangal 679878 Consultant Colorectal Surgeon

Shiban Ahmed Consultant Paediatrician Paediatric

679909

Stephen Donnell Consultant Paediatrician Paediatric

679909

Mohammad Zia 679880 Consultant Colorectal Surgeon Urology

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Anurag Golash Consultant Urologist Urology

679409

Lyndon Gommersall Consultant Urologist Urology

679410

Samson Liu Consultant Urologist Urology

679408

Christopher Luscombe Consultant Urologist Urology Mark Saxby Consultant Urologist Urology

Vascular Omer Ehsan Consultant Vascular Surgeon Vascular

679888

Jack Fairhead Consultant General Surgeon Vascular

679884

679407

Laszlo Papp Consultant Vascular Surgeon Vascular

679885

679406

Arun Pherwani Consultant Vascular Surgeon Vascular

679887


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Musculoskeletal Neurosurgery

Rheumatology

Howard Brydon Consultant Neurosurgeon Vascular

554168

Peter Dawes Consultant Rheumatologist Musculoskeletal

673691

Rupert Price Consultant Neurosurgeon Spinal

554365

Caitlyn Dowson Consultant Rheumatologist Osteoporosis

673723

Simon Shaw Consultant Neurosurgeon Vascular, Oncology

554635

Shouma Dutta 673729 Consultant Rheumatologist Musculoskeletal & Osteoporosis

Erminia Albanese Consultant Neurosurgeon

554515

Nikoloas Tzerakis Consultant Neurosurgeon

679867

Andrew Hassell Consultant Rheumatologist General

673725

Elaine Hay 673725 Honorary Consultant Rheumatologist General Samantha Hider Consultant Rheumatologist General

673729

Sanjeet Kamath Consultant Rheumatologist General

673729

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Musculoskeletal Rheumatology

80

Rehabilitation Medicine

Ajit Menon Consultant Rheumatologist General

673725

Alexandra Ball 673694 Consultant in Rehabilitation Medicine Neuro

Shyra Price Consultant Rheumatologist General

673724

Jonathan Packham Consultant Rheumatologist Ankylosing Spondylitis

673722

Anthony Ward 673693 Consultant in Rehabilitation Medicine Neuro & Musculoskeletal health conditions producing physical disability

Edward Roddy Consultant Rheumatologist General

673722

Mahesh Ciras 673736 Consultant in Rehabilitation Medicine Rajeev Singha 673735 Consultant in Rehabilitation Medicine


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Musculoskeletal Trauma & Orthopaedic Surgery Elnasri Ahmed 679862 Consultant Trauma & Orthopaedic Surgeon Spinal Mark Brown 679864 Consultant Trauma & Orthopaedic Surgeon Spinal Ian Dos Remedios 679864 Consultant Trauma & Orthopaedic Surgeon Arthroplasty Jonathan Dwyer 553116 Consultant Trauma & Orthopaedic Surgeon Paediatrics David Emery 553252 Consultant Trauma & Orthopaedic Surgeon Paediatrics

David Griffiths 679858 Consultant Trauma & Orthopaedic Surgeon – Arthroplasty Vinay Jasani 679868 Consultant Trauma & Orthopaedic Surgeon Spinal Sandeep Konduru 679863 Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon Spinal Justin Lim 679851 Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon Arthroplasty Donald McBride 553114 Consultant Trauma & Orthopaedic Surgeon Sports & Feet Damian McClelland 679860 Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon Arthroplasty

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Musculoskeletal Trauma & Orthopaedic Surgery Nicholas Neal 553114 Consultant Trauma & Orthopaedic Surgeon Hands

Peter Thomas Honorary Consultant Trauma & Orthopaedic Surgeon Hands

Robin Rees 553117 Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon Sports & Feet

Roger Wade 553535 Consultant Trauma & Orthopaedic Surgeon Arthroplasty

Philip Roberts 679859 Consultant Trauma & Orthopaedic Surgeon Arthroplasty Kevin Smith 554627 Consultant Trauma & Orthopaedic Surgeon Hands

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Specialised Surgery Ear, Nose & Throat (ENT)

Ophthalmology

William Carlin Consultant ENT Surgeon Pituitary, General

552766

Robert Courteney-Harris Consultant ENT Surgeon Children

552024

Richard Hughes 552024 Honorary Consultant ENT Surgeon Head & Neck Gareth Rowland Consultant ENT Surgeon Otology

552024

Natarajan Saravanappa Consultant ENT Surgeon Rhinology, General

552077

Harpreet Uppal 552077 Locum Consultant ENT Surgeon Head & Neck Paul Wilson Consultant ENT Surgeon Thyroids

552077

Jeremy Bowyer Consultant Ophthalmologist Occuloplastics

554108

Raymond Brown Consultant Ophthalmologist Paediatrics

555898

Timothy Gillow Consultant Ophthalmologist Diabetes

554108

Lynval Jones Consultant Ophthalmologist Glaucoma

554514

Annie Joseph Consultant Ophthalmologist Paediatrics

555898

Usman Mahmood Vitreoretinal Surgeon Vitreoretinal

555305

Mohammed Musadiq Consultant Ophthalmologist Medical Retina

554276

Anupama Pherwani Consultant Ophthalmologist Cornea

554276

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Specialised Surgery Ophthalmology

Orthodontics

Punithawathy Ranjit Consultant Ophthalmologist Glaucoma

554514

Karen Juggins Consultant Orthodontist General

552933

Sharif Ragheb Consultant Ophthalmologist Glaucoma

555153

John Muir Consultant Orthodontist General

552933

John Scholey Consultant Orthodontist General

552933

Jinesh Shah Consultant Orthodontist General

552933

Stephen Brindley Consultant Orthodontist

552933

Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery Roger Bainton 552419 Consultant Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeon Trauma Daya Gahir 552419 Consultant Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeon Trauma Peter Grime 552426 Consultant Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeon Head & Neck Oncology Timothy Malins 552809 Consultant Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeon Head & Neck Oncology

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Specialised Surgery Plastic Surgery

Anaesthetics, Theatres & HSDU

Paul Davison Consultant Plastic Surgeon General

679403

Robina Akhtar Consultant Anaesthetist General, Obstetrics

679240

Wayne Jaffe Consultant Plastic Surgeon General

679403

Jules Allt Consultant Anaesthetist General, Obstetrics

679240

Daniel Prinsloo Consultant Plastic Surgeon Head & Neck, Breast

679401

Sharil Ariffin Consultant Anaesthetist General, Cardiac

679240

Sukhbir Rayatt Consultant Plastic Surgeon Head & Neck, Breast

679402

Julie Ashworth Consultant Anaesthetist General, Pain

679240

Jeremy Roberts Consultant Plastic Surgeon General

679404

Albin Augustine Consultant Anaesthetist General, Neuro

679240

Margaret Babb Consultant Anaesthetist General, Paediatrics

679240

Charles Baker Consultant Anaesthetist General

679240

Dermatology Nicholas Craven Consultant Dermatologist Dermatology

676280

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Specialised Surgery Anaesthetics, Theatres & HSDU

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Bryan Carr Consultant Anaesthetist General, ITU

679240

Wee Goh Consultant Anaesthetist General

679240

Nicholas Clowes Consultant Anaesthetist General, Cardiac

679240

Charlotte Howell 679240 Consultant Anaesthetist General, Obstetrics, Paediatrics

Nicholas Coleman Consultant Anaesthetist General, ITU

679240

Ravish Jeeji Consultant Anaesthetist General, Cardiac

679240

Shireen Edmends Consultant Anaesthetist General, Paediatrics, Neuro

679240

Vijay Jeganath Consultant Anaesthetist General, Cardiac

679240

Stephen Foster Consultant Anaesthetist General, Cardiac

679240

John Jerstice Consultant Anaesthetist General, Cardiac

679240

Kishore Gangineni Consultant Anaesthetist General, Paediatrics

679240

Stephan Kruper 679240 Consultant Anaesthetist General, Consultant Intensivist

Satyajeet Ghatge Consultant Anaesthetist General, Obstetrics

679240

Rahul Kumar Consultant Anaesthetist General, Paediatric

679240


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Specialised Surgery Anaesthetics, Theatres & HSDU Fang Lam Consultant Anaesthetist General, Cardiac

679240

Harnarine Murally Consultant Anaesthetist General, Pain

Morag Lauckner Consultant Anaesthetist General

679240

Sridhar Nagaiyan 679240 Consultant Anaesthetist General, Consultant Intensivist

Nigel Matthews Consultant Anaesthetist General, Pain

679240

Pramod Nalwaya Consultant Anaesthetist General

679240

Stephen Merron Consultant Anaesthetist General, Neuro

679240

Mark Nash Consultant Anaesthetist General, Emergency

679240

Simon Mills Consultant Anaesthetist General, Paediatric, Neuro

679240

Paul Morrison 679240 Consultant Anaesthetist General, Consultant Intensivist Balasubramanian Murali Consultant Anaesthetist General, Cardiac

679240

679240

Peter Oakley 679240 Consultant Anaesthetist General, Neuro, Consultant Intensivist Jacqueline Payne Consultant Anaesthetist General

679240

Lalitha Perumpadarimatam (Vedham) 679240 Consultant Anaesthetist General, Obstetrics

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Specialised Surgery Anaesthetics, Theatres & HSDU

88

Andrew Tomlinson Consultant Anaesthetist General, Paediatric, Neuro

Nusrat Qadir Consultant Anaesthetist General, Neuro

679240

Sukhbinder Singh Consultant Anaesthetist General, Cardiac

679240

Kumaresh Venkatesan Consultant Intensivist General, ITU

679240

Ian Smith Consultant Anaesthetist General

679240

Valerie Williams Consultant Anaesthetist General

679240

Chhavi Srivastava Consultant Anaesthetist General, Obstetrics

679240

lloyd Craker Consultant Anaesthetist

679240 679240

Chris Thompson Consultant Intensivist Hemodialysis

679240

Permendra Singh Consultant Anaesthetist Gaurav Kakkar Consultant Anaesthetist

679240

679240


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Critical Care & Cardiac Surgery Cardiac Surgery

Obstetrics & Gynaecology

Qamar Abid 553574 Consultant Cardiothoracic Surgeon Cardiothoracic

Jason Cooper 672382 Consultant Obstetrician & Gynaecologist Urogynaecology

Shilajit Ghosh 553443 Consultant Cardiothoracic Surgeon Cardiothoracic

Radha Indusekhar 672376 Consultant Obstetrician & Gynaecologist General

Adrian Levine 553564 Consultant Cardiothoracic Surgeon Cardiothoracic

Geraldine Masson Consultant Obstetrician Fetal Medicine

Paul Ridley 552469 Consultant Cardiothoracic Surgeon Cardiothoracic

Gourab Misra 672378 Consultant Obstetrician & Gynaecologist

Christopher Satur 553573 Consultant Cardiothoracic Surgeon Cardiothoracic

Audrey Long 672133 Consultant Obstetrician & Gynaecologist Fetal Medicine

672132

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Critical Care & Cardiac Surgery Obstetrics & Gynaecology Shaughn O’Brien 672377 Honorary Consultant Obstetrician & Gynaecologist General Gynaecology, Obstetrics, Gynaecological Endocrinology Fidelma O’Mahony 672376 Consultant Obstetrician & Gynaecologist Urogynaecology, paediatric gynae Charles Redman 672794 Consultant Obstetrician & Gynaecologist Gynaecological Oncology Richard Todd 672794 Consultant Obstetrician & Gynaecologist Gynaecological Oncology Peter Young 672133 Consultant Obstetrician & Gynaecologist Fetal Medicine

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Retail and corporate hospitality ‘Moment to…’ restaurant The ‘Moment to…’ restaurant is located on Floor 1 overlooking the Main Entrance atrium. The spacious restaurant services a variety of hot meals and sandwiches throughout the day. Here staff, patients and visitors can mix in the comfort of leather sofas and watch the hospital site slowly undergo a transformation over the coming months and years. The restaurant opening hours are: Monday to Friday

9am to 9.30pm

Saturday and Sunday 8am to 3pm 5pm to 9.30pm Costa Coffee The Costa Coffee outlet is located in the Main Entrance atrium. The shop serves a variety of hot drinks, sandwiches and a range of cakes. This is the perfect place to meet colleagues and friends. The Costa Coffee opening hours are: Monday to Friday

7.30am to 6pm

Saturday and Sunday 8am to 5pm

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(There are also Costa Express machines located in the Emergency Centre reception and ‘Moment to...’ Restaurant, along with several vending machines).


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WHSmith WHSmith is Located in the Main Entrance atrium. The outlet offers a wide range of newspapers, magazines, confectionary and much much more. WHSmith opening hours are: Monday to Friday

7.30am to 8pm

Saturday

8.30am to 7.30pm

Sunday

9.30am to 6pm

WRVS WRVS is located at the entrance of the Maternity Centre at the City General. WRVS supply hot and cold beverages and hot food, such as toasties and Panini's. There are also a range of gifts available, especially for the new babies arriving at the Maternity Centre. The Trust very much welcomes the support of the volunteers of WVRS. WRVS opening times are: Monday to Friday

9.30am to 4.30pm

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UHNS Charity Have you thought about holding a coffee morning, a cake sale or a sponsored walk? Maybe you had thought about doing something more adventurous such as a skydive, a cycle ride from Lands End to John O’Groats or maybe even organise a Charity Ball?

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There are lots of fun and exciting things you could do to help raise funds for a brighter future for staff and patients at University Hospital of North Staffordshire. If you would like to help to make a difference, please contact the UHNS Charity on 01782 676444.


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Blood tests GP patients

Hospital patients

GP patients requiring a blood test should either use one of the three walk-in centres (Bradwell Hospital, Cobridge Community Health Centre and Meir Primary Care Centre) or book a blood test appointment at a number of community locations. Telephone 01782 555506 for an appointment. Information regarding locations is readily available at all GP surgeries.

There is a small phlebotomy unit in the new hospital situated within Medical Outpatients on floor one. This is available for hospital patients requiring blood tests when they attend for clinic appointments. This service is for internal hospital blood test requests only. It is not available for patients given a blood test request card by their GP.

Children’s blood tests Paediatric phlebotomy should be accessed by making an appointment at the new Children’s Centre at the City General site. Please contact 01782 675122 for an appointment. This service is mainly for children below the age of 14.

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Patient Advice and Liaison Service The Patient Advice and Liaison Service, or 'PALS' for short, is here to help both your patients. Our staff aim to provide your patients with the best possible care and environment during their hospital stay. However, occasionally patients ask for assistance and support if they have a concern. PALS’ role is to be an impartial, welcoming, open and confidential service for people who would like information or advice, or would like to comment about any aspect of the services provided by University Hospital. The PALS team liaise with all staff members on all levels to aim for an acceptable outcome for patients and the public. In return our staff ensure that if a patients or the public raises a concern with the ward or department the initial action is to try and resolve the concern locally.

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If the patient or public is unhappy at this point and all attempts to resolve have been made, PALS information can be provided, and or the ward staff can request a visit from PALS on behalf of the patient if they have consented. If you feel that you have a patient on the ward or department that may benefit from speaking to PALS, please refer them to us. Feedback forms and boxes to put them in are available in all wards and departments or you can send them to the address printed on the form or telephone 01782 676450.


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Pharmacy dispensary Pharmacy dispensary Lloydspharmacy will now be dispensing outpatient medication on behalf of University Hospital of North Staffordshire NHS Trust. There is the same high standards of patient care and reduced waiting times.

What to do? 1) Patients collect your prescription from the clinic as normal. 2) Visit the outpatient Lloydspharmacy off the Main Entrance atrium. 3) They will be given two choices when they hand in their prescription to Lloydspharmacy: a) wait a short time for their medication b)collect their medication later* *A limited delivery service is available for bulky items. Patients should ask for details to use this service.

Opening times Monday to Friday Saturday Sunday

8.30am to 6pm 9am to 1pm Closed

Contact Phone: 01782 715456 Fax: 01782 715457

When the pharmacy is closed, please contact the inpatient pharmacy on 01782 674591

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Skills Academy The Healthcare Careers and Skills Academy helps our staff learn new skills, improve their career or find them new opportunities. The academy offers access to training, access to employment and careers advice to support new, existing and future employees. There is a careers officer based within the Healthcare Careers & Skills Academy who provides information, advice and guidance on an array of employment and training issues within the Trust. You can obtain information on: • Up-to-date career opportunities within the NHS • Courses available at the Academy (including Leadership & Management, Skills for Work, Induction, Statutory & Mandatory Training and PGME)

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• Qualifications including QCF (formerly NVQs) • Career development and progression routes • E-learning • Apprenticeships • Techniques on how to apply for vacancies (application form/interview) • Work Experience • Work Opportunities for the Unemployed The Academy also has a ‘Widening Participation’ team who work with young people aged between 14-19 in schools, colleges and universities across the North Staffordshire area.


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Hospital Chaplaincy Support for staff Chaplains are NHS staff employed by the Trust and covered by Trust policies and guidance and work as allied health care professionals. The staff provide support by offering a confidential listening ear, reflective practice or debriefs. Funeral prayers are also offered following the death of a colleague where staff are unable to attend the funeral. Advice on matters of faith and religion is also provided. You can contact the Chaplaincy Team on 01782 676400. The Chaplaincy Team provides a 24-hour service including response to emergencies out of hours. Normal working hours are 8.30am to 4.30pm, including weekends. A 24-hour on-call service is available for urgent referrals.

Location of the Prayer Centre – Open 24 hours LG2 of the Main Building. Near the entrance to the Lyme Building. It comprises: Chapel Mosque – with washing facilities Contemplation Room – a quiet space for thought or reflection Chaplains’ Office Services in the Chapel • Sundays, 9.30am Church of England Holy Communion • Mondays, 5.00pm Roman Catholic Mass • Fridays, 11.45am Roman Catholic Mass. All matters are dealt with in confidence.

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SECTION 7 The Trust

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Mission/strategy We will be a leading centre in healthcare driven by excellence in patient experience, research, teaching and education. This means that:

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We are here for our patients, their carers and families. We will strive to continually improve patient experience and the safety and effectiveness of our services.


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www.uhns.nhs.uk The Trust’s website, which receives over three quarters of a million visits each year, allows us to promote the University Hospital of North Staffordshire to the world.

If you have an idea for the site or some information that you would particularly like to see, please contact Andrew Ashcroft, senior communications manager, on 01782 555061 or andrew.ashcroft@uhns.nhs.uk

We are looking to develop a new website and improve the way we provide information, communicate with our patients, and communicate with other NHS professionals.

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Board Members The Trust Board consists of a non-executive Chairman, six non-executive directors, the Chief Executive and five executive directors. All have voting rights including the Director of Human Resources. The structure of the Board and its sub-committees was revised by the Trust in April 2011 and reviewed later that autumn. It is as follows: Julia Bridgewater – Chief Executive

Elizabeth Rix – Chief Nurse Margot Johnson – Director of Human Resources Andrew Underwood – Director of Corporate Services / Fit For The Future Project Director Vanessa Gardener – Chief Operating Officer Keith Norton – Non-Executive Director and Vice Chairman

John MacDonald – Trust Chairman

Non-Executive Directors:

John Maddison – Director of Finance

Kevin Fox, Professor Andy Garner, Robert Collins, John Marlor, Andrew Smith.

Gavin Russell – Medical Director

Trust Board

Audit Committee

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Efficiency and Investment Committee

Quality Assurance Committee

Charitable Funds Committee

Remuneration Committee


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Trust Structure Our services are organised into four divisions, each of which is made up of a number of individual directorates or departments. The clinical divisions of surgery, medicine and clinical support services are led by an associate director, the clinical directors of each directorate and, in surgery and medicine, a divisional nurse. They are supported by a human resources manager and a finance manager. Each of the 35 service line teams are led by a clinician who manages the safety, clinical quality, patient experience and financial aspects of their service. As performance improves, they are given increasing levels of freedom to control and manage how they deliver the best possible quality and service to patients.

Our non-clinical staff support the work of the Trust’s clinical teams. Some work within clinical departments and others in central function departments. These include our executive directors, human resources, operations and performance. The corporate services division includes estates, facilities, catering, cleaning, portering and security, although many of these functions will transfer to our PFI partners through the course of next year.

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Infection Control The prevention and control of infection together with patient safety remains a top priority at University Hospital of North Staffordshire. The Trust is pleased that the number of Trust apportioned Meticillin resistant staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) and Clostridium difficile cases is significantly lower than last year. University Hospital achieved an 80 per cent reduction in MRSA bacteraemia in 2012 compared to 2011. This reduction to just six cases of MRSA bacteraemia is even more significant when considering the figure of 100 MRSA bacteraemia reported for the same period in 2006-07. The Trust achieved an 82 per cent reduction in Clostridium difficile cases in 2012 compared to the previous year with year on year reductions in this area since 2007. Cases of Trust apportioned Clostridium difficile infections are subject to a root cause investigation and analysis. Wards

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that have two or more cases within 28 days present their findings to the Chief Executive. Learning outcomes are shared throughout the organisation. To achieve and sustain year on year reductions, the Trust has developed policies and procedures as well as an audit programme to ensure that they are being adhered to. A new Lead Nurse for Infection Prevention and Control was appointed in April 2011.


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Guy Hilton Research Centre The Guy Hilton Research Centre, opposite the old Pathology Lab, offers patients an opportunity to take part in high quality research projects, which continue to be a priority at UHNS. In 2011 we recruited 3,167 patients into 103 National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) projects across 20 medical/surgical specialties. The Trust is committed to increasing the number of people involved in research. Our target for 2012/13 is 4,800 patients. We are on target to double the number of participants recruited by 2014. Our NIHR portfolio work was supported by £1.4m of NIHR research network investment to provide the infrastructure that supports patient recruitment into studies, including research nurses, midwives and key support services such as pharmacy, pathology and imaging. During 2011/12 the Trust was ranked 34 out of 347 research active Trusts based on number of patients recruited. In partnership with Keele University, we secured £1.7m of research grant income during 2011/2012. This partnership delivers a ‘bench to bedside’ approach to

research, enabling the results of research to feed through to daily clinical practice in clinics and on the wards. Notable research grant successes include an i4i award evaluating point of care testing in the management of COPD and two Research for Patient Benefit awards. One looked at the management of peritoneal dialysis and the other focused on memory loss in patients with Parkinson’s Disease. Research was well supported by UHNS Charity during the year with projects funded in areas such as paediatrics, obstetrics and gynaecology, cardiology, orthopaedics and diabetes. Staff at the Centre continue to build and expand the research activity of the NIHR Clinical Research Networks based at University Hospital (Medicines for Children, Stroke and Cancer). They continue to support the on-going development of the Local Clinical Speciality Groups, six of which are led by our consultants (Diabetes, Neurology, Nephrology, Paediatrics, Critical Care and the Care for Women Network).

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Major Trauma Centre University Hospital was granted Major Trauma Centre (MTC) status in 2011-12 after the West Midlands Strategic Commissioning Group recommended the Trust become an MTC serving the population of Staffordshire, South Cheshire, Shropshire and beyond. The Major Trauma service is underpinned by expertise in resuscitation and specialist surgery and focuses on coordination, standardised communication and real-time governance. It is coordinated by a team of dedicated trauma leaders. The Trust provides comprehensive, specialist care in an integrated and timely way from when patients receive injuries to the completion of rehabilitation. Our specialist surgical teams deliver definitive care for patients with complex, life-threatening injuries 24-hours a day. The Centre has excellent links with our partner trauma units, and the West Midlands Ambulance Service. The North Staffordshire Rehabilitation Unit supports us in Neuro and General Rehabilitation.

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The vision for the centre, within a cohesive Major Trauma Network, is to become a world-class provider of acute and specialised services. We have all of the necessary ingredients to provide a full range of immediate and emergency interventions, delivered within a purposebuilt, single-site facility. The major trauma service builds on existing links with Keele University and increased excellent opportunities for research and academic development. Major Trauma Centre status also provides opportunities to develop our regionally recognised medical and nursing education.


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Keele University/CEC/UGMS Keele University Medical School trains around 130 students in each of its five years of the Keele MB ChB course. 2012 is an important year as it is the first year that this degree will have been awarded. Before this, doctors qualifying from Keele had been trained in a Manchester based system and awarded a Manchester degree. The Keele curriculum is an innovative, modern medical curriculum that includes problem-based learning whilst still using traditional methods of teaching. The distinctiveness of the course is that it has been designed to allow diversity and integration. It allows students with different personalities, aspirations, preferences, learning styles and strengths and weaknesses to be successful, to enjoy their undergraduate time and to be able to build on these experiences during postgraduate training.

Career options for doctors have never been greater and, although our primary aim is to deliver competent Foundation Year trainees, the course helps students to experience more specialised activity by recognising and developing natural aptitudes. This is achieved through flexibility in the student-selected components, consolidation periods and final year electives that allow for maximum variety of choice in terms of activity and learning environment. Students are based in the Clinical Education Centre and the Under Graduate Medical School.

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SECTION 8 Telephone Directory

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Important telephone numbers Hospital switchboard

01782 715444

Maternity

Chief Executive’s Office

01782 555422

Antenatal Reception

Accident and Emergency (Emergency Care Centre)

01782 674455

Midwife Birth Centre

01782 672200

Delivery Suite

01782 672333

Maternity Main Reception

01782 672100

Cancer Services Chemotherapy (Ward 202)

01782 672629

Oncology (Ward 201)

01782 672646

Haematology (Ward 201, other part)

01782 672201

Haematology Day Unit (Ward 202, other part)

01782 672642

Radiotherapy

01782 672600

The Macmillan Cancer 01782 676333 Information & Support Centre Pathology

Neonatal Intensive Care Unit 01782 672400 Ultrasound Scan Reception

01782 672111

Maternity Assessment Unit

01782 672300

Early Pregnancy Unit Appointments Line

01782 672110

Ward 206 (Postnatal and Antenatal)

01782 672206

Ward 205 (Postnatal and Antenatal)

01782 672205

Outpatients

Blood sciences helpdesk

01782 674224

Anticoagulant Management Helpdesk

01782 674252

Appointments line

01782 676676

Breast Screening Clinic Hanley

0300 123 1463

Phlebotomy Appointments

01782 674242 01782 674287

Child Development Centre Newcastle Road

01782 679800

Histology Enquiries Microbiology helpdesk

01782 674898

X-Ray (Imaging) Helpdesk

01782 679285

Blood Transfusion

01782 674950

Registration of Deaths and Bereavement Services

01782 676323

Cytology screening enquiries 01782 674960

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Wards 26 Renal

01782 554793 or 554795

29 Renal

01782 554612 or 554614

31 Haemodialysis Unit

01782 554539 555009 or 554216

34 Renal Haemodialysis Satellite Unit

01782 555096 or 554324

Surgical Pre-Assessment 01782 676544

115 Surgical Special Care Unit

01782 672291

117 Infectious Diseases

01782 672904

120 Urology

01782 552219 or 553723

121 Short Stay Unit 122 Female Diabetes and Endocrine

01782 552721 or 553519 01782 553029 552168 or 553746

78 Elderley Care

01782 552056

76b Elderley Care

01782 552045

79 Elderly Care

01782 552043

123 Male Diabetes and Endocrine

01782 552214 or 553748

80a FEAU GP Referral Line

01782 676604

210 Acute medical unit

01782 674400

80a FAEU Female

01782 676601

80b FEAU Male

01782 676603

218 Acute medical unit

01782 675218

100 Surgical Assessment Unit (SAU)

01782 672298

223 Cardiothoracic surgery

01782 676223 or 675223

225 Elective Orthopaedics

01782 676225

104 Day Surgery and 01782 672950 Admissions Unit Female

226 Elective Orthopaedics

01782 676226

228 Neurosurgery

01782 676228

105 Day Surgery and Admissions Unit Male

01782 672960

230 Gastroenterology

01782 676230

107 Vascular

01782 676107

231 Neurology

01782 676231

108 Lower Gastro Intestinal

01782 676108

232 Stroke

01782 676232

109 Upper and Lower Gastro Intestinal

01782 676109

233 Respiratory

01782 676233

Critical Care

01782 675500

101 Surgical ward

01782 672035/672036

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Children’s Centre

Other useful numbers

Children’s outpatients

01782 675100

Gastroenterology/Endoscopy 01782 675700

Children’s emergency

01782 674445

Maxillofacial surgery

01782 674800

215 Paediatric Intensive Care Unit

01782 676215

Nuclear medicine

01782 675912

Neurosurgery

01782 676501

216 Paediatric medical

01782 675216

Ophthalmology

01782 674100

217 Paediatric surgical

01782 675217

Oral surgery

01782 674800

Orthodontics

01782 674822

X-ray and scanning

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Orthoptics

01782 674333

X-ray Appointments

01782 679290

Pre-Assessment

01782 676542

CT reception

01782 675800

Restorative dentistry

01782 674653

MRI reception

01782 675800

Trauma & Orthopaedic

01782 676543

Ultrasound reception

01782 675800

Heart failure clinic

01782 672800

X-ray reception

01782 675800

Dermatology Clinic

01782 676266

X-ray helpdesk

01782 679285

Emergency Eye Clinic

01782 674300

Fracture clinic

01782 676501

Heart and Lung Clinic

01782 675400

Central discharge lounge

01782 672800

Breast care department

01782 674077

Physiotherapy

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Index A A Block ................................................45 Access..................................................10 Ambulances..............................30-31, 53 Anaesthetics, Theatres & HSDU consultants .....................................86-89

B B Block.................................................46 Bicycles.................................................29 Blood tests ...........................................95 Board members..................................104 Buildings ..............................................33 Buses .................................................. 32

C C Block ...............................................47 CafÊ................................................92-93 Cancer Centre......................................39 Cardiac Surgery consultants.................89 Cardiology consultants.........................68 Cardiothoracic Medicine .................68-70 Cars .................................................8, 26 Chapel .................................................99 Chaplaincy service for staff ................. 99 Check-in .........................................56-57 Child Development Centre...................50 Child Heath consultants..................75-76 Children’s Centre..................................40

Clinical Education Centre .....................51 Consultant Directory ............................61 Contemplation room ...........................99 Contents ................................................3 Corporate hospitality and retail ..... 92-93

D Dermatology consultants .....................85 Diabetes consultants ............................73 Drop-off and disabled parking .............28

E Ear, Nose & Throat (ENT) consultants ...83 Elderly Care consultants .......................72 Emergency Medicine consultants .........70 Emergency Centre................................36 Endocrinology consultants ...................73 Entrances ........................................10-13

F Facilities Building (Sodexo) ...................52 Floor plans ......................................15-24

G Gastroenterology consultants...............73 General Surgery consultants ...........77-78 Getting Around.......................................5 Glossary of terms ....................................6 Guy Hilton Research Centre................107

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N

Healing environment............................60 Heamatology consultants ....................64 Healthcare Careers & Skills Academy....98 Histopathology consultants..................66

Nephrology consultants .......................74 Neurology consultants .........................71 Neurophysiology consultants................74 Neuroradiology consultants ............62-63 Neurosurgery consultants.....................79 New buildings and symbols ...................7 Nuclear Medicine consultants ..............63

I Imaging consultants........................62-63 Immunology consultants......................67 Infection Control................................106 Internal signposting .............................14

Lifts ......................................................54 Lyme Building .................................42-43

Obstetrics & Gynaecology consultants...........................................90 Oncology consultants ..........................65 Ophthalmology consultants ............83-84 Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery consultants .........................................84 Orthodontics consultants .....................84 Out-patients check-in .....................56-57

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P

Main entrance......................................37 Major Trauma Centre.........................108 Maps ..........................................9, 15-24 Maternity Centre..................................38 Message form the Chief Executive........ 4 Microbiology consultants .....................67 Mission/Strategy.................................102 Mosque................................................99 Motorcycles..........................................29 Moving around the hospital.................34

Paediatric consultants...........................78 Palliative Care consultants....................65 PALS.....................................................96 Parking ..........................................26, 27 Pathology consultants ....................66-67 Pharmacy dispensary............................97 Plastic Surgery consultants ...................85 Privacy and dignity ...............................59 Proud to care .......................................58 Public transport....................................32

K Keele University/CEC/UGMS...............109

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U

Radiology consultants .....................62-63 Rehabilitation Medicine consultants.....80 Respiratory Medicine consultants.........69 Restaurant ......................................92-93 Retail and corporate hospitality ......92-93 Rheumatology consultants..............79-80

UHNS Charity.......................................94 Undergratuate Medical School.............44 Urology consultants .............................78

S Services ................................................91 Shops..............................................92-93 Sitemap ..............................................8-9 Signposting ..........................................14 Skills Academy .....................................98 Sodexo (Facilities) Building ...................52 Speed limit...........................................26 Supplies ...............................................48

V Vascular consultants.............................78

W Website..............................................103 Welcome................................................4 West Building.......................................49 Wheelchairs .........................................34

Y Your Patients........................................55

T Telephone Directory ....................111-114 The healing environment .....................60 The Trust ............................................101 Toilet facilities for disabled people....... 35 Traffic control .......................................26 Transport..............................................25 Trains ...................................................32 Trauma & Orthopaedic Surgery consultants .....................................81-82 Trent Building.......................................41 Trust Structure....................................105

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Main hospital telephone number: 01782 715444 University Hospital has three main sites: Royal Infirmary Princes Road Stoke on Trent Staffordshire ST4 7LN

Issue 1, October 2012

City General Newcastle Road Stoke on Trent Staffordshire ST4 6QG

Central Outpatients Hartshill Road Stoke on Trent Staffordshire ST4 7PA


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