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Strokecare Acute

Strokecare Acute (formally Rockley) cares for patients of all ages who have been admitted as an emergency following a stroke or a suspected stroke.

The care of patients within the unit is intensive and revolves around confirming diagnosis, assessing the severity of the stroke and devising a care and treatment plan.

Once a patient is considered to be stable and requiring less intensive care they are then transferred to Strokecare Acute.

The Strokecare Acute ward

Patients come for rehabilitation to Strokecare Acute from the acute stroke unit, or from other wards in the hospital.

The medical, nursing and therapy staff continue with the treatment plan and ongoing assessment of the patient to help maximise recovery.

Ward information

  • The unit offers a balcony, as well as a quiet room
  • Mobile phone use is restricted
  • Flowers are permitted


Staff

Matron: Val Horn

Contact details

Acute stroke unit
Tel: 01202 448479

Rockley rehabilitation ward
Tel: 01202 442927

Visiting information

Visiting: 3pm-4pm
and 7-8pm

Please do not visit if you have had any diarrhoea or sickness in the last 72 hours, or have cough/cold symptoms.

How to find us

Rockley is on level four of the Philip Arnold Unit, opposite the dome.

Poole Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, Longfleet Road, Poole, Dorset BH15 2JB. Tel: 01202 665511

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