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Wednesday 24 July 2019
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For Patients

This section provides information for patients and their relatives / carers.  For clinical information please see our Professions section or view our Further Information area for information which isn't contained here.


All three wards in Ageing and Complex Medicine work very closely together and share best practice. There is a wide support network across the wards.

 

We hope that you will find the pages useful and helpful.

 

  • view of hospital from Hope Building, looking towards Mayo Building About Ageing and Complex MedicineUnit is a hospital based unit that supports the older people of Salford both in the community and during their hospital admission. The unit has a variety of functions - read more...
  • Meet the team Meet the teamMeet the Ageing and Complex Medicine (Care of the Elderly) lead clinicians
  • Patient Support - man Our WardsAll three wards in Ageing and Complex Medicine work very closely together and share best practice. There is a wide support network across the wards.
  • physio, holding ball, after surgery Physiotherapy ServicesPhysiotherapists help restore movement, function and mobility to as near normal as possible when someone is affected by injury, illness or by other disability.
  • nurse/dietitian smiling, wearing a white uniform Role of the Occupational TherapistsWithin the complex, acute and elderly medical service, the Occupational Therapists work with patients who have physical, psychological or social problems as a result of chronic disability, acute illness, injury or aging.
  • frail and elderly care Ward L4Information on Ward L4
  • frail and elderly care Ward L5Ward L5
  • frail and elderly care Ward L8Information on Ward L8