Going into hospital
|Going into hospital for any reason is worrying for anyone.|
|When going into hospital you will need to have your hospital passport.
Download: Hospital passport [pdf] 672KB
|Your passport tells the hospital all about you, what is wrong and other things like any needs you have or things you like or don’t like.|
|This helps staff make your stay as good as it can be.|
|Community health staff will work closely with the hospital to help you get better.|
You or your carer can find out more about the hospitals in your area by clicking below:
|Sometimes people with a learning disability need to stay on Moore Ward where we can find out what help they need and give that help.|
|The ward supports people with mental illness and challenging behaviours.|
|People referred to the service may present a risk to themselves or other.|
|This can make it difficult for them to live at home or to make use of other services or community facilities.|
|When you come on the ward the patient information leaflet will help you to know more about the ward.|
The learning disability team will work closely with the community teams to get you get better and return home.
Below is our information leaflet on Moore ward: