Bibury Ward is a 22 bedded male ward specialising in Urology. We are situated on Level One, in the St Pauls Wing at Cheltenham General Hospital. We are accessable via stairs and lift.
The Ward Manager for Bibury Ward is Belinda Beasley. Sr Beasley can be contacted via the Ward Reception on 0300 422 4108.
Caroline Elcock is the Modern Matron for Surgery. Sr Elcock can be contacted via her secretary on 0300 422 6642
We promote protected mealtimes.
Breakfast from 7:00am
Lunch from 12:00pm
Supper from 5.00pm
Evening Drink from 8.00pm
Fresh water and hot drinks are available throughout the day.
Our visiting time are as follows:
Afternoon 3:00 - 4:30pm
Evening 6:00 - 8:00pm
If you need to visit outside of these hours, please contact the ward reception.
Medicines are given out 4 times a day, unless otherwise directed by your medical team. Nurses wear red tabards to undertake the round and we would ask that they are not disturbed whilst in the process of administering medications. If you require pain relief outside of the normal 'rounds', please tell a member of the nursing team, who will advise if it is prescribed.
Please be aware that mobile phones or handheld devices should not be used to take photographs without permission. We ask you to have your mobile phone on silent or vibrate to minimise distruption to other patients. Please be considerate when taking calls, keep them to a minimum and we ask that no calls are made in patient areas between the hours of 10pm - 8am.
Discharge from hospital
We aim to tell you in good time when you are expected to be discharged from hospital. We request that you make your own arrangements, wherever possible, to be collected from hospital at the time agreed with the nurse in chage of your care. If you have any concerns regarding your discharge, or do not know the expected date of your discharge, please ask.
Contacting the Ward
The ward can be contacted on:-
0300 422 4108
or alternatively via the hosptal automated system on 0300 422 2222, then ask for Bibury Ward when prompted.
These numbers should not be used to receive personal calls.
Please be aware that the Trust is now a smoke free NHS. Smoking is not permitted in any building or within the grounds of any of our sites. Information and support is available to any patients who wish to stop smoking. Nicotine Replacement Therapy is available to help reduce your cravings during your stay