The Queen Elizabeth Hospital, King’s Lynn recently welcomed patients to the Windsor Ward, one of the first to be refurbished at The Trust.
Windsor Ward has been fully refitted showing the standard the hospital will bring to all of the wards as part of its ongoing estates program. Windsor Ward is a specialist Frailty unit, so details have been designed to support patients experiencing memory problems, with a clear colour scheme denoting the bays, and easy to use taps in the hand basins.
Catherine Morgan, Director of Nursing at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital commented:
“Windsor Ward is a fantastic development for our hospital, and I am extremely proud that we can care for our patients in a great facility. We are aiming to become a leading Trust when it comes to care of the elderly which is very close to my heart. Completion of Windsor Ward is another stage in our journey of improvement; we’ll see more wards at our Trust reach this standard over the coming years. “
Phulmattie Mohan, Manager for Windsor Ward Frailty unit at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital said: “We always aim for excellence when caring for our patients. Windsor Ward is excellent, and from a professional perspective it is so rewarding to be able to offer the very best in patient care in the best surroundings possible.”
The next stages of the estates plan include the Breast Unit opening in late Spring, Wi-Fi being introduced in the summer and state of the art theatres at the end of 2016.