Telephone: 01297 23901
Services provided at this hospital:
Physiotherapy (including a Gym), Occupational Therapy, Inpatients, Daycare, Hospiscare, Community, Childrens Services, Complex Care Team, Home Nursing Service, Outpatients including Dermatology, ENT, Rheumatology, Podiatry, Geriatrician, Audiology, Continence, Dietician and Leg Ulcer.
Afternoons: 2.30pm to 8pm
If you need to arrange a visit outside the set visiting times please let the ward know.
At certain times the ward may be closed for several reasons. For example, confidential discussions sometimes need to be held between staff and patients or there may be a patient rest period or a teaching and development session.
Breakfast: 8.30am to 9am
Lunch: 12.30pm to 1pm
Dinner: 5.30pm to 6pm
During protected mealtimes, visitors are not permitted, unless they are helping you to eat. This allows patients time to eat their meal in peace. Protected mealtimes may vary slightly. Please check with the individual ward about times.
Patient Environment Action Team (PEAT) is an annual assessment of inpatient healthcare sites in England. PEAT inspects standards across a range of services including food, cleanliness, infection control and patient environment (including bathroom areas, décor, lighting, floors and patient areas).
In the 2011 PEAT inspection, Seaton hospital scored ‘good’ for environment and ‘excellent’ for food and privacy and dignity.
The patient information leaflet includes handy tips for patients arriving at their local hospital, such as what they need to bring, facilities available, parking arrangements, contact details and visiting times.
National Patient Safety Agency inspections: In the recent NPSA inspections, Seaton Hospital was judged to be ‘excellent’ for environment and cleanliness and an ‘excellent’ rating for the food served there.
League of Friends:
Seaton Hospital League of Friends, telephone 01297 20143
Northern Devon Healthcare Trust wishes to promote environmentally-friendly and healthy ways of travelling to its sites, such as cycling or walking, and making better use of the public transport system. Such methods of transport will ease traffic congestion and improve the local environment, whilst helping to keep you fit.
Travelling by Car
Visitors and staff should respect the site’s neighbours. If parking on residential roads surrounding the site becomes a problem for residents, the local authority may implement a ‘residents only’ parking scheme or impose parking restrictions.
On-Site Parking Arrangements: There is free parking but a limited number of spaces are available.
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