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Neurological rehabilitation at the Sussex Rehabilitation Centre

What we do

The Sussex Rehabilitation Centre and provides specialist inpatient neurological rehabilitation to patients that need regular therapy following acute neurological conditions resulting in physical or psychological disabilities. This could include patients who have had a stroke, traumatic brain injury, spinal injury, hypoxic brain injury, other degenerative diseases, and cancer diagnosis with neurological impairments.

There is a multi-disciplinary team working with each patient to assess and create treatment plans to maximise their recovery. The teams includes  medical staff, nurses, health care assistants, occupational therapists, physiotherapists, speech and language therapists, a dietitian, a clinical neuropsychologist, social workers, pharmacists.

What to expect while under our care

As an inpatient you will see therapists according to your specific needs and goals, and be cared for by nursing and medical team daily. The average length of stay is 6-8 weeks. The nursing team will care for you 7 days and week, and the therapy staff work Monday – Friday. Within this time you will set goals with the team, and have regular meetings to review your progress and further plans for rehabilitation and discharge.

Location

We are located on the lower ground floor of the Princess Royal Hospital in Haywards Heath.

Contact

Lindfield ward: 01444 441 881 extn. 5615  or extn. 5616

Newtimber ward: 01444 441 881 extn. 5801 or extn. 5802

Referrals

  • You will need to thoroughly fill out the referral form and email to the address on the form. Email referrals will not be accepted.
  • If the patient is already undergoing therapy, please attach reports to the referral, to aid assessment of suitability for on-going rehabilitation.
  • If the patient is accepted, they will go on to our waiting list. Patients are admitted in chronological order, according to the allocation of male and female beds available.
  • If you need further information please contact the ward, and ask to speak to the ward manager.

Wards

01444 448727 Main building, Princess Royal Hospital

01444 448729 Main building, Princess Royal Hospital

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