Abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA) screening is a way of checking if there’s a bulge or swelling in the aorta, the main blood vessel that runs from your heart down through your through your chest and […]
Under EU and UK law you or an authorised representative may have the right to access your health record. The right of access, commonly referred to as subject access, gives […]
The acute assessment unit (AAU) is a ward for medical and emergency patients who have been referred by their GP or A&E to undergo further assessment. When a patient arrives […]
Anaesthetics is the medical specialty that provides anaesthesia for a variety of surgical operations and procedures. Anaesthetists, along with nursing and support staff, also run Critical Care, which includes the […]
Luton and Dunstable University Hospital is one of the largest employers in Luton so it is vital we have the right people to make sure that we provide the highest […]
At the Luton and Dunstable University Hospital we offer a range of opportunities for those wanting to learn, gain experience and a qualification, learning through our apprenticeship programme, or work […]
Antenatal care is the care you receive from healthcare professionals during your pregnancy. You’ll be offered a series of appointments with one of our midwives, or sometimes with a doctor […]
Emergency Medicine deals with the diagnosis and treatment of acute illnesses or injuries which require immediate, or urgent medical attention – it is not able to provide care for chronic […]
On the right hand side you will find information on a wide range of topics from disability services to translation services. Please note for wheelchair users – It is advisable […]
The Archer Unit is a 20-bed rehabilitation unit, providing 24-hour care for adult patients. You may have been admitted following a stay in hospital or your GP may have decided […]
Although on the 19 July 2021 regulations around the use of facemasks / coverings and social distancing will change across the country, at Bedfordshire Hospitals all COVID infection prevention control measures currently in place will remain the same.
The Trust has decided it is currently not safe to lift all restrictions at our hospitals.
Everyone attending our sites will still be required to wear a facemask (unless medically exempt), adhere to social distancing and attend your appointments alone especially in our Emergency Departments and Outpatients (exclusions apply to our paediatric patients and those requiring carer support)
Visiting is now permitted on most of our adult inpatient wards in a controlled manner. Appointments need to be pre-booked with ward staff.
Full details about attending our hospitals and visiting is available here.