Wonderful five-star reviews for the Oxfordshire Stroke Rehabilitation Unit
The Oxfordshire Stroke Rehabilitation Unit (OSRU), based at Abingdon Community Hospital, have been recognised for their dedication to patient care in a series of “I Want Great Care” reviews.
OSRU is a 20-bed inpatient unit that provides a short period of inpatient rehabilitation for people who have had a stroke, are registered with an Oxfordshire GP and who are not able to be discharged directly home from hospital.
Dzikamayi Pswarayi, Ward Manager at Abingdon Community Hospital, said: “We are a multidisciplinary team who work together to provide specialist stroke rehabilitation to patients. Following admission from an acute stroke unit, our clinicians will be given all the information we to know about your care so far. An assessment will then be carried out by the team in order to support and assist you further with your own individual goals.
“We are so thankful to all the patients and family members who take time out of their day to review our service. The kind words really mean a lot.”
All patients and service users who receive care and support from Oxford Health are encouraged to provide reviews on the independent I Want Great Care website. The Trust encourages reviews as they help our teams learn where the quality and standards of care can be improved. It also lets us know where our clinicians are providing compassionate care and allows us to publicly recognise their work.
Here are just a few of the many positive comments the service has received:
“Staff are lovely and do an amazing job. I feel safe and well looked after.”
“The nursing staff are particularly fabulous and the physiotherapists give 110% effort, very impressed.”
“I have been treated with respect and I am very grateful.”
To find out more about the Oxfordshire Stroke Rehabilitation Unit, click here.
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Published: 2 November 2022