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The Luton and Dunstable University Hospital is committed to excellence and to the provision of high quality healthcare. The L&D’s commitment to patient safety at a national level was reinforced […]
All patients who are listed for elective surgery need to have a pre-assessment to assess their fitness for surgery (barring a few exceptions).
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 […]
The L&D is committed to safeguarding all patients. (). Safeguarding is everyone’s responsibility…if you see or suspect it, please report it. Definition of abuse: Abuse is the violation of an […]
The L&D is committed to safeguarding all patients. (). Children are the most vulnerable members of society and everyone has a responsibility to safeguard them from harm and neglect. The […]
The stroke service is the medical specialty dealing with the diagnosis and treatment of stroke. A stroke is an attack on the brain where the blood supply to the brain […]
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 […]
Sustainability and Transformation Plans (STPs) are an NHS England initiative encouraging NHS organisations and councils to work together to improve health services, by creating a stronger link between health and […]
To families of all our patients, we wanted to give a reminder that sadly, at both Bedford and the Luton & Dunstable University Hospital, we are still unable to allow any visitors on site, unless there are exceptional circumstances, for example in maternity , NICU or children’s departments, or for those patients who are receiving palliative treatment at the end of their lives, on a case-by-case basis.