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They are then transferred to the next step of the pathway depending on where they live; the majority either remain at Derby or are transferred to the stroke ward (Ward 8) at Queen’s Hospital Burton.
Assessment is consultant led and supported by a clinical nurse specialist team.
Patients with ischaemic strokes are assessed for treatment with intravenous thrombolysis and/or thrombectomy which requires transfer to Queen's Medical Centre, Nottingham.
Stroke rehabilitation is offered on both sites; the Royal Derby Hospital has a dedicated ward (Ward 312) offering inpatient stroke specialist rehabilitation for patients (21 beds). Ward 8 at Queen's Hospital Burton, has 13 stroke specific beds for ongoing care and rehabilitation.
Patients requiring complex neuro-rehabilitation may be transferred to King’s Lodge on the London Road Community Hospital site.
Specialist stroke care involves assessment and treatment from many professionals who work as part of a multidisciplinary team. This will include nurses, doctors, psychologists, dietitians, nutrition assistants, rehabilitation assistants, research teams and administrative support.
Telephone: 01283 593 091
Royal Derby Hospital email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Queen's Hospital Burton email: email@example.com
Telephone: 07500 976 639
This service is available 7 days a week.
The TIA service runs a weekly clinic on a Thursday morning for low risk referrals and a daily rapid access clinic, five days a week at 2pm for high risk patients.
Note: Please be aware urgent referrals at the weekend must be sent via the Royal Derby Hospital process.
Please email referrals to: firstname.lastname@example.org
You will spend most of the day at the hospital and will be seen by a specialist nurse and doctor. You will have a number of tests and you will know the results of most of these tests before you go home.
It can be a long day so we recommend you bring something to read, drink and eat. You are welcome to bring someone with you.
You are not allowed to drive for one month following a TIA, so please arrange someone to come with you or transport you.
Come to main entrance and take the lifts to the 4th floor.
Ward 410 (nearest entrance - 9)