Ramsay Neurological Services
Over one million people require hospital treatment each year as
a result of a head injury and approximately 420,000 people per year
under the age of 65 require long-term care for a traumatic brain
Ramsay Neurological Services provide 24 hour nursing care and
therapy services in specialist rehabilitation homes, for adults
with complex neurological conditions including:
- Acquired Brain Injury (ABI)
- Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)
- Brain Tumour
- Cerebral Palsy
- Motor Neurone Disease
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Parkinson’s Disease
- Spinal Cord Injury
The homes assist recovery wherever possible and specialise in
slow stream rehabilitation. Emphasis is placed on maximising each
individual’s abilities, comfort and quality of life.
Gardens and the Jacob Neurological Rehabilitation Centres are 52
and 60-bed homes based at Ramsay Health Care’s Rivers Hospital
site, in Hertfordshire.
The Dean Neurological Rehabilitation Centre is a recent and
purpose-built unit with 60 beds, based at Ramsay Health Care’s
Winfield Hospital site, in Gloucester.
Each of the homes are supported by a team of dedicated
professionals, which include specialist Consultant Neurologists,
GPs, nurses and therapists. The homes also feature special
facilities to aid recovery, including physiotherapy gyms, workshops
and sensory rooms.
Each unit has communal lounges and dining rooms, with individual
bedrooms adapted to each resident’s requirements according to their
assessments and needs. A number of bedrooms are equipped with high
dependency facilities, which include ceiling tracking hoists, wall
mounted suction, piped oxygen and flexi position TV.
Residents also benefit from access to the private hospital
facilities on the same site, and to external areas with accessible
gardens and countryside views.
Ramsay Neurological Services’ unique and high standards of
patient care are in high demand, with residents waiting lists at
each current site. Ramsay are expanding their rehabilitation
services at other key sites across the UK, using the successful
model of their current homes to improve services further.
More information on Neurological Services.