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The Wellington North, Circus Road

The Wellington Hospital Rehabilitation Centre

The Wellington North, Circus Road

The largest private hospital based rehabilitation centre in the UK

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020 7483 5363

The Wellington Hospital North Building

Circus Road, St John's Wood

London NW8 6DP

Early rehabilitation within a critical care environment

Patients with a wide range of medical conditions, from pneumonia to a heart attack or stroke, will often spend part of their hospital stay in intensive care. If their stay is extended, studies have shown that early rehabilitation from a dedicated multidisciplinary team can improve muscle strength, functional mobility and quality of life; as well as reduce the physical complications of critical illness.

The Wellington Hospital intensive care unit (ICU) is able to support and treat patients with the most complicated conditions to the highest international standards

Dr Adrian Steele, Consultant Intensive Care Medicine, The Wellington Hospital

Outstanding facilities, exceptional care

With 33 Level 3 ICU beds, 24/7 care and more than a 100 specialist staff, we offer our patients some of the finest facilities and some of the most experienced consultants in the private sector. Our ICU cares for the full range of medical emergencies, and can support patients with the most serious conditions, whether that is a neurological, neurosurgical, cardiac, renal, trauma or complex medical condition. In addition, our multidisciplinary team can also provide early intervention in order to maximise the recovery of our patients through our rehabilitation centre.

 

From our specialist nurses’ high level of training and experience, to our internationally-acclaimed consultants working across different specialties, the success of our centre is grounded in an outstanding team approach and one shared goal – to deliver exceptional rehabilitative care to all of our patients.

 

What we can offer critically ill patients:

  • Major surgery is accommodated in our Level 3 intensive care facilities
  • We are able to manage long-term, complex intensive care needs such as specialist ventilator requirements, weaning issues, renal replacement therapy, plasma exchange, haemodynamic support (including IABP and BIVAD) and a large number of cardiac and neurosurgery cases every year.
  • Specialist intensive care for patients with acute brain injury and stabilisation before neuro-rehabilitation.

Understanding the transition from intensive care to the rehabilitation ward

Our aim is to prevent the secondary complications that can often occur when a patient is unwell and immobile for a period of time and to optimise recovery. By delivering a variety of different therapies in ICU we can ensure that comprehensive assessments take place, tailored treatment plans are delivered, and progress is closely monitored to ensure rehabilitation goals are met.

 

Our holistic approach to recovery means that patients transition from ICU into a ward environment in a safe and seamless manner, ready to start their intensive rehabilitation programme.

The London Renal Centre at the Wellington Hospital

In combination with our Acute Rehabilitation Centre, we now also offer comprehensive care for patients with chronic kidney conditions.

 

We provide a first-of its- kind joint renal, urology, transplant, vascular and cardiology service. Its leading specialists can treat the full range of kidney diseases, from the very early to the incredibly advanced, including:

  • Dialysis
  • Acute kidney injury (kidney failure)
  • Complex dialysis vascular access (AV fistula/graft)
  • Chronic kidney disease (CKD)
  • Kidney stones
  • Cardiac complications in patients with kidney disease

Our location

The Wellington Hospital,
North Building,
Circus Road,
St John's Wood
London NW8 6DP

 

How to find us >

Contact us

We offer a free clinical assessment to all patients who make an enquiry with us. You can speak to one of our rehabilitation advisors who will be happy to arrange this for you.
Email: rehabilitation.wellington@hcahealthcare.co.uk

Inpatient rehabilitation enquiries: 0207 483 5348 | 0207 586 2462 | 0207 483 5363

Outpatient rehabilitation enquiries: 0207 483 5184

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