Who is in charge of Russells Hall Hospital?

Diane Wake – Chief executive. A nurse by background, Diane has worked in the NHS for 37 years. She joined The Dudley Group NHS Foundation Trust as chief executive in April 2017.

Can you visit Russells Hall Hospital?

Visitors will be welcomed back to all inpatient wards at Russells Hall Hospital from Friday 18th June 2021 in a controlled and COVID-safe way. An online self-booking system has been set up for visitors to come onto the wards. One visitor per patient per day will be allowed and they can stay up to 45 minutes.

What trust is Russells Hall Hospital?

The Dudley Group NHS Foundation Trust
Russells Hall Hospital is in the heart of the Black Country, it covers a population of around 450,000 people in mainly urban areas. Russells Hall Hospital is part of The Dudley Group NHS Foundation Trust.

How many beds does Russells Hall Hospital have?

Russells Hall Hospital in Dudley, which has more than 650 beds, including intensive care beds and neonatal cots, provides secondary and tertiary services such as maternity, critical care and outpatients, and an Emergency Department (ED) with Emergency Treatment Centre.

When was Russells Hall Hospital built?

Russells Hall Hospital/Founded

What’s the postcode for Russells Hall Hospital?

Russells Hall Hospital Hospital Map, Address and Location Information – Pensnett Road, Dudley, DY1 2HQ.

Which hospitals are in the Dudley Group?

Our Hospitals

  • Corbett Hospital.
  • Guest Hospital.
  • Russells Hall Hospital.

What is Ward C7 at Russells Hall Hospital?

The staff on Ward C7 are passionate about improving the experience of the patients on their Ward, which treats people with gastrointestinal conditions such as Pancreatic cancer, liver failure, chrones disease and so much more.

Who was Russell Hall?

Walter Russell Hall (22 February 1831 – 13 October 1911) was an Australian businessman and philanthropist….

Walter Russell Hall
Portrait of Walter Hall by Frederick McCubbin.
Born 22 February 1831 Kington, Herefordshire, England

When was Russell Hall built?

Brumby and Russell Halls were built in the modern style in 1966 and 1967 respectively along Baxter Street, west and uphill from Creswell Hall and the low-rise dormitories. Russell is named for the late Senator Richard B. Russell, class of 1918.

Does UGA have a curfew?

Currently, there is no curfew for residents but two different visitation designations are available, depending on hall.

Is laundry free at UGA?

Your Laundry Guide Campus laundry is a luxury all students have when living in the dorms at UGA’s campus, it is free to use but you must provide and bring your own detergent, fabric softener, etc. Most dorms have 1-2 laundry rooms and have no limit on how many loads you can do at a time.