Rehabilitation Emergency Nursing

Rehabilitation Emergency Nursing is a number of specialist nurses, of which each role delivers a different aspect of Rehabilitation Medicine.  They support inpatient and outpatient services, holding specialist caseloads for patients as required within the community. They have enhanced knowledge and expertise in order to treat, educate, counsel, support and sign-post patients who have a diverse range of disabilities, for example, acquired brain injury, multiple trauma, multiple sclerosis and other neurological problems.

The Specialist Nursing team accept referrals from General Practitioners, other specialist nurses, and Rehabilitation Emergency Nursing Consultants in order to manage specialist conditions such as spasticity management, coping strategies following acquired brain injury and rehabilitation programs in the community with the aim to reduce re-admissions to hospital. The inpatient service is supported by the Rehabilitation Co-ordinator in order to facilitate the smooth transition for the patient and their carers from an acute to a rehabilitation setting. Discharge/resettlement nurses support patients and their families safely to an agreed discharge destination.

  • Drug rehabilitation
  • Vision rehabilitation
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