Below are our corporate documents (documents about the running of our hospital) which are published in accordance with the Luton and Dunstable University Hospital publication scheme. If you require any […]
Inspections by the Care Quality Comission The Care Quality Commission (CQC) is the organisation responsible for ensuring that health and social care services in England – including hospitals, care homes, […]
The main aim of an Enhanced Recovery after Surgery (ERAS) programme is to get you back to your full health as soon as possible and aims to reduce complications by […]
Reginald Hart Ward is a trauma and orthopaedic ward situated on the third floor of the main ward block. The ward has 30 beds. Reginald Hart Ward has a wide […]
The Respiratory department offers a full inpatient and outpatient medical service, to treat adults with conditions affecting the respiratory tract, including asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), lung cancer, respiratory […]
The Swannery The Swannery is the main restaurant on site and is located along the main corridor, near the Kempston Road entrance to the hospital. The Swannery is open from […]
The Luton and Dunstable University Hospital offers a range of refreshment areas and shops throughout the hospital for patients, visitors and staff. The Chiltern Restaurant: Located on the first floor […]
Restorative Dentistry encompasses the disciplines of Prosthodontics, Periodontics and Endodontics including Implantology and the interaction of these specialties with each other to achieve a holistic treatment plan. It includes assessment, […]
Rheumatology is a multidisciplinary branch of medicine that deals with the investigation, diagnosis and management of patients with arthritis and other musculoskeletal conditions. This incorporates over 200 disorders affecting joints, […]
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.