Prolonged Disorders of Consciousness Unit: A specialised service within The Acute Neurological Rehabilitation Unit

Wellington Place , St John's Wood , London, NW8 9LE

Specialist support to optimise recovery

A prolonged disorder of consciousness is when a person is no longer in a coma but remains in a state of altered consciousness for more than four weeks after an injury. It is essential for the patient to receive dedicated specialised support through this process to give each patient every chance of optimising their recovery.

The Prolonged Disorders of Consciousness (PDoC) Unit provides the next step in the patient’s journey to consciousness and works closely with our award-winning intensive care unit at The Wellington Hospital. The unit blends clinical practice with research to guide patient care, using the latest technology and treatment techniques. 

Contact The Rehabilitation Centre

Call us to discuss our rehabilitation services, you will speak to one of our rehabilitation advisors who will be happy to talk you through our programmes.

020 7483 5348
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