What is Ward 10 in South Tyneside Hospital?

Ward 10 is our respiratory ward. Visiting Times are: 2pm – 4.30pm and 6.30pm – 7.30pm daily.

How many beds does Sunderland Royal Hospital have?

The situation has arisen at Sunderland Royal hospital because it has been running out of beds despite it having recently added an extra 50 to its normal stock of 970 beds to help it cope with winter pressures.

Does Sunderland come under South Tyneside?

South Tyneside is a metropolitan borough in the metropolitan county of Tyne and Wear, North East England. It forms part of the Tyneside conurbation. It is bordered by three other boroughs – Gateshead to the west, Sunderland in the south and North Tyneside to the north.

How many intensive care beds Sunderland hospital?

We have a 6 bed Intensive Care Unit (ICU) in South Tyneside Hospital and a 16 bed Integrated Critical Care Unit (ICCU) in Sunderland Royal Hospital. Once a patient is admitted to one of our critical care units they are cared for by a team who are specially trained to look after critically ill patients.

What is Ward 9 South Tyneside Hospital?

South Tyneside District Hospital Ward 9 is the inpatient orthopaedic ward and is situated on level 3 of the main hospital block. All patients attending for planned surgery should attend the Surgical Centre Reception on level 1 of the main hospital building.

How do you pay for parking at Sunderland hospital?

All machines takes cash or card. If you need any help locating a payment machine or using the Pay by Phone system, please speak to one of our reception team. At the payment machines you will be asked to enter your registration details and then you can pay for the time that you have parked.

Is Sunderland hospital parking free?

We have dedicated parking areas for patients and visitors and you are welcome to park in any spaces that are not signposted as permit holder or staff only. We also have drop off / pick up areas where you can park for up to 20 minutes free of charge.

How big is Sunderland hospital?

The trust provides acute hospital services to a population of around 350,000 people across the Tyne and Wear and Durham area. In total, the trust has 855 beds across two hospitals and employs around 4,923 staff. Sunderland Royal Hospital has 833 beds.

What do you call someone from South Shields?

Sandancer (sometimes written erroneously as Sanddancer or Sand-dancer) is a colloquialism used to describe people who come from the town of South Shields, Tyne and Wear, England. Modern residents of South Shields are more likely to self-identify as Geordies.

What towns are South Tyneside?

Towns & villages

  • East Boldon, West Boldon and Boldon Colliery. These three villages border Sunderland, South Shields and Jarrow and are home to fantastic pubs, including the Wheatsheaf Inn featured on the Discovery Channel for its ghostly happenings.
  • Hebburn.
  • Jarrow.
  • South Shields.
  • Whitburn.
  • Cleadon.
  • Westoe.

How many hospitals are there in Sunderland?

two hospitals
There are two hospitals in Sunderland.

How much is parking at South Tyneside Hospital?

The new charges will be: up to 20 minutes, free, up to 1 hour, £2, up to 2 hours, £3, up to 4 hours, £4.50 and up to 24 hours, £8. Users can also get a weekly pass for £10.