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Nelsons Court Inpatient Unit

Nelsons Court Inpatients Unit (previously known as St Helen's) provides rehabilitation, palliative care and assessment for discharge planning services, as part of York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust’s general healthcare provision.  

Nelsons Court compromises of two inpatient units: Nelsons Court ward 1 and Nelsons Court ward 2, both 20 bedded units provide rehabilitation, assessment for discharge purposes and palliative care.

Open our community inpatient unit patient information leaflet.


From 1 August 2020 York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust is smoke-free.  Patients, visitors and staff are not permitted to smoke anywhere on our hospital and community premises including the grounds and gardens.

Latest news from Nelsons Court

Humber, Coast and Vale Health and Care Partnership appoints Sue Symington as Designate Integrated Care System Chair

12 Oct 2021

Humber, Coast and Vale Health and Care Partnership is pleased to announce it has appointed Sue Symington as its Designate Integrated Care System (ICS) Chair.

Visiting times

Visiting is between 2pm-8pm.

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Contact details

Nelsons Court Inpatient Unit
1A Nelsons Lane
York
YO24 1HD


 


Nelsons Court ward 1  T: (01904 724117


Nelsons Court ward 2  T: (01904) 724626

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Royal College of Nursing members at our Trust are taking part in strike action Monday 6 and Tuesday 7 February from 7.00am to 8.00pm. This will impact services at our hospitals.

If you are due to attend an appointment and we haven't already contacted you, please come as planned.

On days where there is strike action, patients should only call 999 if it is a medical or mental health emergency (when someone is seriously ill or injured and their life is at risk).