EoE Neonatal, Paediatric Critical Care and Surgery in Children ODNs

Hospital Information

Ward Information

Neonatal Unit-

Parking is free for Parents of babies on the neonatal Unit – please ask on the unit for details how to obtain free parking.

The ward is located on the first floor on the west corridor

The Neonatal Unit provides care for premature and sick babies over 30 weeks gestation.  Babies who are born before 30 weeks gestation or require ventilation for over 24 hours will be stabilised before transferring to a bigger Neonatal Unit which can provide on-going Intensive Care.

On the Neonatal Unit we provide short term ventilation, non-invasive ventilation and oxygen therapy.  We also care for babies who need phototherapy for jaundice also need assistance with feeding through a gastric tube.  On the Neonatal Unit we care for babies who need help with temperature control and also need medical treatment for infections and other medical conditions.

On the Neonatal Unit we have a team of specialist nurses who are experienced in caring for babies who need Intensive Care, High Dependency Care and Special Care.  The medical team consists of Paediatric consultants, specialist registrars and junior doctors.

We work closely with the maternity team and also the children’s ward.  The Neonatal unit is part of a network of Neonatal services throughout the east of England region and the network has a dedicated transport team for when a sick baby needs transferring to another hospital in the region.

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The Children’s and Young Person’s Ward (Ward 10) provides surgical and medical care from newborns through to the 19th birthday.

Ward 10 is split into two further areas, 10a and 10b. 10a is the medical end of the ward which includes a six bedded bay, four side rooms, two high dependency rooms and a paediatric assessment unit. 10b is the surgical ward with eight beds as well as the six-bedded young person’s unit. This consists of three single same sex rooms with en-suite facilities for two as well as a sitting room.

We provide overnight accommodation for parents to stay with their children as well as a parents’ kitchen and sitting room.

We have a beautifully decorated (jungle style) treatment room where we carry out procedures such as blood tests, as well as a phlebotomy clinic three times a week.

What services are provided?

Ward 10 provides family centred care focused around the specific needs of the child or young person.

We have a multidisciplinary team consisting of staff nurses, nursery nurses, doctors, domestics, house keeper and play specialists; as well as physiotherapy, dietitian’s and safeguarding support when needed.

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Ward Information

Neonatal Repatriation Link Nurse

Jessica Baisley

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Neonatal Lead Nurse

The Neonatal Lead Nurse is

Karen Wright

Neonatal Lead Clinician

The Neonatal Lead Clinician is

Oluseun Tayo

Paediatric Critical Care Lead Nurses

The Paediatric Critical Care Lead Nurses are

Lisa King

Hannah Willis

Paediatric Critical Care Lead Clinican

The Paediatric Critical Care Lead Clinician is

Pradeep Venugopal

Surgery in Children Lead Nurses

The Surgery in Children Lead Nurses are

Lisa King

Hannah Willis

Surgery in Children Lead Clinicians

The Surgery in Children Lead Clinicians are

Roshan Lal

Joanne Scott

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