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Care of Older People

The Service

  • Three acute wards for older people (Wards 24, 25 and 35)
  • A joint older people and psychiatric assessment unit (Ward 37)
  • An acute stroke unit (Ward 23), caring for adult patients of all ages who have suffered from a stroke
  • A stroke rehabilitation ward (WXC), caring for adult patients of all ages who require rehabilitation following a stroke
  • An older people’s hip fracture ward (Ward 39), caring for older people patients who have fractured their hip
  • An acute medical unit for older people (AMB) for acute admissions to clinically stabilise patients before being transferred to our downstream wards.

We also have a community rehabilitation hospital for older people based at Nelsons Court (off Tadcaster Road). Ward 01 and Ward 02.

Outpatient clinics are held at York Hospital, The New Selby War Memorial Hospital, Pocklington and the Community Hospitals.


Who's Who

  • Clinical Director - Dr Sally Irwin
  • Senior Operational Manager - Amy Gains
  • Matrons - Jenni Lee and Melanie Bootland

Meet The Team

Consultant Special Interest Telephone number

Dr M Harkness

Falls and orthopaedic liaison

01904 726989

Dr G McGonigal

Mental health for older people

01904 726989

Dr R Davison

Acute medicine

01904 726989

Dr D Heseltine

Parkinson's Disease, Rehab Hospital, White Cross Court

01904 725607

Dr A J Corlett

Endoscopy and Education

01904 725607

Dr D M Ronan

Community Care

01904 725607

Dr S Kesavan

Mental health for older people

01904 726185

Dr S Irwin

Acute Medicine

01904 726185

Dr R Hampson

Falls, Rehab Hospital St Helen’s

01904 726185

Dr A Watt

Hips

01904 726989

Dr P Wanklyn

Stroke

01904 725932

Dr P Willcoxson

Stroke

01904 725932

The Department of Elderly Medicine provides both acute medical and rehabilitation care to people over 80 years of age (or those over 70 with frailty needs such as dementia/parkinsons).

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ADVICE FOR PATIENTS AND VISITORS

Due to the rate of COVID infection rising in the hospital and community, patients and visitors are required to wear a surgical mask or face covering from entering trust premises. Masks and hand hygiene facilities are available at the entrances