Jubilee Rehabilitation Centre

About the ward: The Jubilee Rehabilitation Centre is a 22 bedded unit specialising in pain management programmes, hypermobility syndrome, chronic regional pain syndrome, shoulder and peripheral nerve rehabilitation. The programme runs using cognitive behavioural therapy and involves the members of the multi-disciplinary team. Our aim is to provide a safe and clean environment to maintain your privacy and dignity.

We hope you will not hesitate to ask for any further information and advice you may require about any aspect of your care on the unit.

Contact: 020 8909 5341

Visiting times: 16:30 – 21:00

Meal Times:

  • Breakfast 07:15 – 08:00
  • Lunch 12:00 – 13:00
  • Supper 17:30 – 18:00

Jubilee Rehabilitation Centre ward facilities

Dayrooms: two, one male and one female; a television in each; and a meeting room.

Phones: two communal phones and one in the manager’s office. Please keep mobile phones on silent during therapy sessions and between 22:00 - 06:00. You can connect to the WiFi service for patients.

Post/Mail:  three post trays: one post out internal, one post out external and one post in

Shower Rooms: four

Toilets: three on the male side and three on the female side

Snacks: The unit is also located close to Broccles restaurant.

Nurse handovers: morning 07:15 and 11:45, evening 19:15

Doctors/Ward Rounds:

  • Mondays 16:00
  • Tuesdays 08:30, 13:30 and 14:00
  • Wednesday – AM
  • Thursday – AM
  • Friday - AM

Smoking is strictly prohibited in all areas.

Related Documents:Size
A Patient's Guide to Safe Food from home brought into Jubilee Rehabilation Unit189.07 KB
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