Praise for Bicester Community Hospital Ward on Well Done Wednesday

Praise for Bicester Community Hospital Ward on Well Done Wednesday

To start of 2021 on a high we our recognising the fabulous work of an Oxford Health team based in Bicester for some great independent I Want Great Care reviews

Bicester Community Hospital Ward is a purpose built 12-bed unit dedicated to the care and rehabilitation of older people. Each room has direct access to a central garden.

The team is very passionate about delivering professional and compassionate care for each patient in a safe and supportive environment.

One servicer user who left an online review said: “Amazing staff all so kind.” and another said: “More personal attention here than anywhere I’ve been before.”

Bicester Community Hospital

The multi-disciplinary team consists of registered nurses, health care assistants, advanced nurse practitioner, supporting GPs and a housekeeping team. They work collaboratively with a therapy team of occupational therapists, physiotherapists and rehabilitation assistants to support the patient’s pathway through to discharge.

Jane Hudson, Ward Manager said: “I am delighted and very proud of the whole team. Bicester Ward may be one of the smaller community hospital inpatient wards but is big on team spirit.

“Throughout the pandemic we have supported and encouraged each other in these challenging times, while remaining focused and committed to the care of our patients and always ensuring they are our priority in all that we do. This is why this positive patient feedback means so much to us all.”

A visitor of a patient to the ward took the time to write a review and said: “Excellent accommodation with friendly staff. The patient’s health improved greatly.”

Another reviewer, this time a patient, commented that “The staff are very good. If I want them, they’re always here. I am also very pleased with the food. Overall, a very friendly place, would definitely recommend it to anyone needing care.”

To find out more information about this service here.

Published: 6 January 2021