- 1 Which bus goes to the QMC?
- 2 Where is the discharge lounge at QMC Nottingham?
- 3 Where is ent at QMC?
- 4 What is Ward B3 at QMC?
- 5 How much is the bus from Derby to Nottingham?
- 6 Is the medilink running today?
- 7 Where is phlebotomy at QMC?
- 8 Where is the discharge lounge at Derriford hospital?
- 9 How many people work at QMC?
- 10 What is surgical triage unit?
Which bus goes to the QMC?
These Bus lines stop near Queens Medical Centre: 34, 53, 901, MEDILINK, SKYLINK NOTTINGHAM, X2.
Where is the discharge lounge at QMC Nottingham?
The Discharge Lounge is located on floor A of South Block.
Where is ent at QMC?
EAR, NOSE & THROAT The ENT department is located in the Eyes, Ears, Nose and Throat (EENT) Centre on ‘A’ and ‘C’ Floor at the Queen’s Medical Centre, Derby Road, Nottingham.
What is Ward B3 at QMC?
B3 is an assessment ward and he was there just for 24 hours and was treated with a great deal of respect. Then transferred to B47. As always the care, attention and respect he received on B47 from all the Doctors, Nurses and all the team was second to none. Once again thank you all for looking after himso well.
How much is the bus from Derby to Nottingham?
The average bus ticket price from Derby to Nottingham is £15.
It is open from 6am to 8.30pm, Monday to Saturday and is fully accessible for wheelchairs and buggies. Queen’s Drive is also served by the Citylink 1 bus, which runs every 10 minutes to Nottingham city centre until 4.35pm. The site is approximately 25-30 minutes’ walk from QMC.
Where is phlebotomy at QMC?
Phlebotomy is located on B floor in the Central Area.
Where is the discharge lounge at Derriford hospital?
The Discharge Lounge, located on Level 3, is an area set aside for patients, who are well enough to leave the hospital, to wait in a comfortable, safe environment, prior to being collected by a family member or getting transport home.
How many people work at QMC?
Overview. The Queen’s Medical Centre is part of Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust (NUH). Formed in 2006, we are now one of the biggest and busiest acute Trusts in England, employing 14,500 staff.
What is surgical triage unit?
The SICU is a special hospital unit dedicated to patients undergoing surgery until they are deemed well enough to be transferred to other parts of the hospital or discharged. The Surgical Intensivist’s triage decisions may be supported by the surgeons on the patient’s primary surgical care team.