What is Ward 4 Hull Royal Infirmary?

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What is Ward 4 Hull Royal Infirmary?

The Neurosurgical Unit is based on the 4th Floor of Hull Royal Infirmary, and is part of the Surgery 1 Health Group.

What does Castle Hill Hospital Specialise in?

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Castle Hill Hospital is home to the Daisy Building, the headquarters of the Daisy Charity. The charity support research into cancer, dementia, cardiological and haematological illnesses, and respiratory medicine.

What does Hull Royal Infirmary Specialise in?

Hull Royal Infirmary is part of a major trauma network specialising in treating patients who suffer from major trauma across East and North Yorkshire and the Humber region.

Why is Castle Hill called Castle Hill?

Castle Hill may have been named because of the fine views from the hills in the district. Governor Phillip first saw the area on one of his exploratory trips in 1791. Governor King began a government farm there on July 8 1801, referring to it as Castle Hill on 1 March 1802.

What kind of hospital is Hull Royal Infirmary?

Hull Royal Infirmary is a tertiary teaching hospital and is one of the two main hospitals for Kingston upon Hull (the other being Castle Hill Hospital in nearby Cottingham).

Is there a hospital in Kingston upon Hull?

Hospitals in England. Hull Royal Infirmary is a tertiary teaching hospital and is one of the two main hospitals for Kingston upon Hull (the other being Castle Hill Hospital in nearby Cottingham). It is situated on Anlaby Road, just outside the city centre, and is run by Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust.

Is there a MRI scanner in Hull Royal Infirmary?

The hospital has a dedicated Centre for Magnetic Resonance Investigations on site which houses two MRI scanners. It also houses the dedicated Hull Royal Eye Hospital which provides tertiary level sub-speciality ophthalmic care. Wikimedia Commons has media related to Hull Royal Infirmary.

How to contact Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust?

Patient Enquiries 1 01482 674403 2 01482 674931 3 (weekdays only from 8.00am – 5.00pm)

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