Ward B1

Ward B1 is an Assessment Ward for mental health concerns providing care for 15 patients over the age of 65. The ward provides support and reassurance to both the patient and their carers.

The ward is 2 separate units compromising of:

Blyth Unit - This has 10 beds for patients with an illness caused by a medical or physical disease such as Dementia.

Clumber Unit - This has 5 beds for patients with an illness which is the result of psychological factors such as depression, anxiety, psychosis etc.

 

We offer a range of specialist services to those with mental health needs including: assessment of daily needs / psychology assessment / cognitive assessments.

Patients will usually be assessed over a period of a few weeks then decisions are made jointly with carers and other agencies about future care.

The ward links in to a number of other services such as community psychiatric nurses, dementia outreach nurses, Intensive Recovery Intervention Service (IRIS) and others which enables an assessment to be complete and discharge to be planned.

 

For more information please see leaflets below.

Blyth Unit - Ward 1[pdf] 294KB

B1 Ward Clumber Unit.pdf[pdf] 300KB

 

Accessing our services

To access Ward B1 you will need a referral from your GP or a healthcare practitioner from the Intensive Recovery Intervention Service (IRIS) Team, Community Psychiatric Nurse, Rapid Response Liaison Psychiatry or the Accident and Emergency Department.

 

Service opening hours

24 hours.

 

Contact us

To contact Ward B1, call the Ward Manager on: 01909 572949 or a member of staff on the below numbers.

Clumber Unit: 01909 572 949

Blyth Unit: 01909 572 941

Fax: 01909 572 036

Address: Ward B1, Bassetlaw Hospital, Blyth Road, Worksop, Nottinghamshire, S81 0BD

 

Getting here

Our site offers:

  • Car parking
  • Disabled access

 

Help in a crisis

Contact the Ward Manager on telephone: 01909 572 949.

 

Information for health professionals

How to refer someone to this service

You can refer a patient to the service via their GP, the Intensive Recovery Intervention Service (IRIS) Team, Community Psychiatric Nurse, Rapid Response Liaison Psychiatry or the Accident and Emergency Department.

Lead clinician

Jeannette Lee, Ward Manager.

Service commissioned by

Bassetlaw Clinical Commissioning Group

 

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