day hospital

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day hospital

n
(Social Welfare) Brit part of a hospital that offers therapeutic services, where patients usually attend all day but go home or to a hospital ward at night
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Doctor Janine Graham and her staff in the Endeavour Centre, the chemotherapy day unit, Manor House Surgery, Normanby and most importantly the boss for looking after me.
The hamper of treats was to be used for an Easter Egg Hunt around the centre, as well as for the Easter raffle, which raised vital funds for the haematology and oncology day unit.
Now the idea is to provide the day hospital's services at the medical day unit at the Princess of Wales Hospital, Bridgend.
Solihull Hospital's [pounds sterling]2.2 million Solihull Haematology and Oncology Day Unit has been converted from the former Bruce Burns Unit at the hospital in Lode Lane and undergone four months of refurbishment to offer improved provision for cancer patients.
The nurse, who has worked at NTW's Castleside Day Unit, in Newcastle, for 16 years, was nominated by service users and their families.
With the added challenge of the added challenge of W his blindness, we could not fault the care and attention he received during what was a very busy time for both the AMU at Solihull and the Medical Day Unit at Heartlands.
There had been concerns last year that health bosses planned to close the existing REDS inpatient services at Newcastle's Royal Victoria Infirmary and replace it with the day unit.
SIR - I have for a long time campaigned for Pembrokeshire Cancer Patients and the need for a new Cancer Day Unit and improved Ward 10 at Withybush Hospital, Haverfordwest.
It found that the Pinderfields day unit was being used for longer term care without the adequate resources.
There were also fears the hospital's day unit would also be closed and people visiting the hospital for blood tests would have to go elsewhere, but this has been dismissed by the trust.
The Investigators studied scoring reliability of Candidates' ten day unit plans of instruction through prescribed action research projects, across three academic years.