Newton 3 is a trauma and orthopaedic ward for patients needing treatment for fractured or broken bones and spinal injuries. The ward has a total of 33 beds and accommodates both male and female patients.
Patients admitted to Newton 3 will usually be admitted from Accident & Emergency after suffering a traumatic event. Patients who attend A&E or SAU at City who require surgery will be transferred to Newton 3 for both pre and post-operative care. They will also undergo surgery at Sandwell Hospital.
The duration of a patients stay on this ward is dependent on their medical condition and not all patients will undergo surgery.
Once patients have been discharged from Newton 3 they may require further treatment in an intermediate care unit or rehabilitation facility before returning home.
Ward Matron: Alison Hughes
Senior Charge Nurse: Christopher Bennett
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Most patients who are admitted to Newton 3 are admitted from A&E. For this reason there is a limited supply of toiletries available on the ward.
Where possible patients admitted to Newton 3 should bring:
- Any medicines or tablets you take
- Any hygiene products (such as pads)
- Dressing gown and slippers
- Daywear – tracksuit or comfortable clothes
- Toothbrush and toothpaste
- Soap and deodorant
- Bath towel and a flannel or sponge
- Shaving equipment if appropriate
- Sanitary products if appropriate
Do not bring:
- Large amounts of money
- Valuables such as jewellery
- Television or radios
Newton 3 is on the third floor of the main building at Sandwell Hospital