Clarke Ward is the dedicated urology inpatient ward in the Trust and is located at Kent and Canterbury Hospital, Canterbury.
Clarke Ward is equipped with 36 beds including 6 side rooms for patients requiring isolation or barrier nursing during their stay. Additionally, there is a 6 bedded trolley bay where patients could be admitted and then transferred to the main ward after their operation.
When you arrive on the ward you will be greeted by the ward clerk, who will concierge you. The nursing and healthcare assistant team will introduce themselves to you.
When you are admitted to the ward, one of the urology consultants will take responsibility for your medical care and co-ordinate the team looking after you. A member of the team will see you every day while you are in hospital, except at the weekend, when one of the other urological teams may be responsible for your care. If you would like to speak to the nurse in charge or the matron during your stay, please ask the nurses caring for you to organise this.
- Breakfast - between 8:00 - 8:30am
- Lunch - 12pm
- Dinner - 6pm
We have a 'Protected Mealtime' Policy between 12:00 Noon - 1:00 PM so you can eat without being interrupted.
Hot drinks are available from the tea trolley in the kitchen. This is free for patients.
Tell us what you think
We are committed to offering the best possible care to our patients and your feedback will greatly help us to refine and improve our services to our patients. We hope your stay is as pleasant as possible. If you or any of your visitors have a question, compliment or concern, please:
Clarke Ward - 01227 783103
Ward Manager - Alex Trad
Matron - Lorraine Crick