Elizabeth Hall Centre (Basing Unit and Wessex Ward)

The Elizabeth Hall Centre is the haematology / oncology unit at Basingstoke and North Hampshire Hospital. it is located on F Floor of the main building.

It consists of the following specialist areas.

The Basing Unit - the out-patient area

  • Clinic Consulting Rooms
  • Two treatment rooms containing 8 chairs in one bay and 4 chairs and 4 beds in the other

The Wessex Ward – in-patient facility

  • 3 single side rooms with en-suite facilities and portable air filtration units.
  • 1 single room with en-suite
  • Twin bedded room with en-suite
  • 5 bed bay
  • Relatives Room 
  • Light, airy environment for patients, relatives and staff.

Telephone Numbers:
The Basing Unit 01256 313428
Wessex Ward 01256 313439

The Elizabeth Hall Centre has an enthusiastic nursing team led by the ward manager. Team members are given the opportunity and support to develop chemotherapy skills and to undertake further study in Oncology and Haematology.

The centre has a formal education programme and team members are encouraged to participate in regular reflective practice.

The medical team consists of Haematologists, Clinical and Medical Oncologists and Palliative Medicine Consultants.

A dedicated multidisciplinary cancer team has been developed to include Clinical Nurse Specialists for all cancer sites, dieticians, physiotherapists, oncology pharmacist and occupational therapist.

For further information about cancer services please click here

Visiting times
Wessex Ward - 2pm-8pm

All inpatient wards at Hampshire Hospitals have adopted John’s Campaign, which allows the carers of patients with dementia to stay in hospital with their loved ones if they wish.

 

 

 

 

 


updated 12 January 2018

Contact information

Clinical Matrons
Nicolette Blan - Chemotherapy

Rebecca Lloyd - Inpatient cancer care and Wessex Ward

The Basing Unit

01256 313428
Basingunit.Admin@hhft.nhs.uk

Wessex Ward
01256 313439


Staffing data

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