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Rozel Ward

​​​​​​About Rozel Ward

Rozel is a general medical ward.

We look after patients with a variety of medical conditions. There are 13 single cubicles, and we provide care for both male and female patients.

Our cubicle may be needed for infection control reasons. If you don't need to be isolated, we may need to move you to another ward, depending on the hospital's cubicle capacity at that time.

All cubicles have their own toilet in the rooms. Some have ensuite shower rooms or we have a ward shower room patients can use.

Our team​

Our team consists of:  

  • sister, navy blue uniform with a white trim 
  • staff nurse, royal blue uniform with white trim 
  • Health Care Assistant, light blue uniform with white trim 
  • medical colleagues 
  • allied health professionals, such as physiotherapists, occupational therapists, specialist nurses, and pharmacy


We allow 1 visitor per patient at any one time.

Exceptional circumstances can be discussed with the ward managers.


Parking is available in Patriotic Street car park.

The nearest parking areas for disabled drivers is in front of the main building and Patriotic Street car park.

Toilet facilities

There are no toilet facilities o​n Rozel Ward for visitors.

The nearest disabled or visitors toilets are at The Parade entrance and Gwyneth Huelin Wing.

Ward rounds

Medical ward rounds take place Monday to Friday. Your nurse will let you know when your doctor is likely to see you. We can arrange for a nurse or doctor to speak to a family member by prior arrangement.

The other members of the team are available Monday to Friday. They allocate times on different days to visit ward areas.

Meal times

Having a healthy balanced diet and good fluid intake is vital to your recovery from illness.

We serve:

  • breakfast at 8am
  • a hot cooked lunch at 12.45pm
  • dinner at ​5.15pm​

What to b​​ri​​​ng with you

On admission, you need to bring: 

  • all medications you’re currently taking  
  • loose casual clothes and night wear 
  • well supported and comfortable shoes 
  • necessary toiletries   
  • any walking or mobility aids you use at home

As part of your care assessment, we encourage you to wash and dress as independently as possible.

We encourage all patients to bring supplies of their own clothes.

We encourage you to get up and dressed​ in hospital during the day time as part of the End PJ Paralysis movement.​

Contact us

We recommend patients nominate 1 person as a point of contact to make enquiries to the ward.

We prefer you to make routine calls after 10am.

We cannot always answer the phone straight away If we are with patients.​

Patient confidentiality is essential. There may be occasions when we are unable to share information. Contact the ward manager if you need to discuss this.​​​

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