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Relocation of Specialist Tertiary and Quaternary Services based in Bath

10 Sep 2019

Bath Centre for Pain Services - Relocating to New Facility

New Accommodation and Facilities

Bath Centre for Pain Services are delighted to announce that their National Specialist Pain Service will be relocating to purpose-designed facilities on the site of the Royal United Hospitals Bath NHS Foundation Trust. Sensitively located away from the main hospital building and designed in conjunction with patients and staff, this major new investment will provide specially-designed residential accommodation, group treatment areas including therapy and group rooms, office space and a dedicated therapeutic courtyard area.

All clinical services, secondary to quaternary, from children to older adults, will now be on the same site. Accommodation is designed to support adult patients, children, young people and families.
Patients stay in ‘hotel style’ accommodation, with HCA support for people with the most complex disability. Clinical support and careful accommodation design means that we can accommodate and treat patients at a high level of functional disability.

The new build provides more outdoor space, and increases our ability to offer intensive individual treatment to children and young people with the most complex and severe disability.
The specialist interdisciplinary team is unchanged; all treatment is carried out by dedicated pain-specialist rehabilitation staff. The psychology-led team includes physiotherapists, occupational therapists, doctors, a nurse specialist and HCAs.

Please read the Bath Centre for Pain Services Relocation leaflet.

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