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Welcome to our A-Z which provides information on our wards and services including what to expect as a patient, how to find clinics, visiting hours and contact details.

We regularly update our A-Z listing, but if  you cannot find the information, please contact our webmaster@gwh.nhs.uk.

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  • Ailesbury Ward Ailesbury Ward We have a multi-disciplinary team consisting of a Ward Manager, registered medical officer or staff grade with consultant support from the acute sector, Nurses, Physiotherapists, Occupational Therapists, Support Workers and administrators the team is supported by pharmacy on a re...
  • Alcohol Liaison Service Alcohol Liaison Service The Alcohol Liaison Service specialises in helping those people who are concerned about their alcohol intake. We cover the Great Western Hospital and see patients as either inpatients or outpatients. We currently only see patients over the age of 18.  The purpose o...
  • Aldbourne Ward Aldbourne Ward Aldbourne Ward is an Orthopaedic ward.  We care for patients who are having planned surgery on bones and joints. This includes major joint replacement and spinal surgery but also a variety of smaller orthopaedic operations.  Our team of experienced staff are committe...
  • Ampney Ward Ampney Ward "We believe you as a patient are unique and have the right to the highest standard of care we can provide." Nicola Coton, Ward Manager Ampney ward specialises in vascular and urology conditions. We care for patients who may be having a planned or emergency procedure. We also run...
  • Anaesthetics Anaesthetics Our Anaesthetics Team has over 50 Anaesthetists which includes 25 Consultants.  Our aim is to provide excellence in anaesthetics and intensive care clinical practice.  We do this by running a well co-ordinated and integrated service, which is sensitive to the changing n...
  • Antenatal appointments Congratulations on your pregnancy, you will now need to book your first appointment with your Community Midwife. Appointments to see a midwife can be made at your GP surgery, it is not necessary to be referred via your GP. All of the team wear uniforms and have NHS ID badges. A team of Communit...
  • Antenatal care Care during your pregnancy Congratulations if you have just found out that you are pregnant. To ensure you get the tailored care you need throughout your pregnancy, it is important that you contact your Midwife at your local GP surgery or your GP as soon as possible. Once you have contacted ...
  • Anticoagulation Anticoagulation The Anticoagulant Service provided at the Great Western Hospital manages all aspects of care for patients receiving anticoagulation. We manage around 4,000 outpatients on warfarin via postal clinics, we look after inpatients on warfarin and ensure a smooth transition between ...
  • Audiology Audiology Our Audiology Department provides assessment, diagnosis and management for anyone with hearing loss, tinnitus or balance problems. Babies  We ensure that every new born baby receives a hearing screen within the first few weeks of life. Any baby that does not pass the hearing s...
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