About Plemont Rehabilitation Unit
Plemont Rehabilitation Unit is a 14 bedded unit at Jersey General Hospital. We care for patients with neurological and orthopaedic injuries and conditions, who need further rehabilitation before being discharged.
Our rehab team is multidisciplinary and includes:
nursing and medical staff
physiotherapy and occupational therapy staff
speech and language therapist
clinical psychologist and social workers
other specialists services
rehabilitation support workers
We're on the fifth floor at the General Hospital and our address is:
Floor 5 General Hospital
Visiting times and information
Our visiting times are Monday to Sunday 2pm to 4pm and 6pm to 8pm.
Patients can name a maximum of 2 visitors. We can only give access to named visitors and we can accept 1 named visitor at a time. Visits should be arranged in advance with the ward.
These guidelines remain under review and are subject to change if the Covid situation changes.
Parking is available in Patriotic Street car park.
Disabled parking is available in front of the main hospital building and at Patriotic Street car park. There is a lift and disabled toilet facilities on the unit.
What to expect
We support our patients with 24 hour care. We work with you, your family and carer to help you choose specific rehabilitation goals that guide your rehabilitation plan.
Rehabilitation goals and plans are intended to help you improve your quality of life. They develop your understanding of your abilities and difficulties and how they might impact on your daily routines. Especially as you prepare for discharge from the unit.
Family, or others who are significant to you, are encouraged to get involved in your rehabilitation plan. Their involvement can enhance your recovery. The multidisciplinary team will arrange a family review meeting after all your assessments are complete. There will be plenty of opportunity for you to discuss your progress or concerns during your stay on the unit.
You can contact us any time from Monday to Sunday. Call +44 (0) 1534 444600.
We welcome your views. If you have any concerns speak to the Senior Sister or Charge Nurse who are there to give you the additional information or support you need.