Wotton Lawn Inpatient Services
Wotton Lawn Hospital is a 88 bed acute mental health hospital situated near the centre of Gloucester and provides inpatient services for the county of Gloucestershire.
The hospital has four admission wards, a nurse led psychiatric intensive care unit (PICU) and a low secure unit (LSU). Service users are supported by a variety of healthcare workers including nurses, doctors and allied health professionals including psychologists, art therapists, physiotherapists, occupational therapists and sports exercise therapists.
Telephone – 01452 894500
Abbey Ward is an eighteen bed acute admission ward for service users who primarily reside in the Stroud and Cotswold localities. The ward works closely with the Crisis Team based in Stroud.
Ward Manager: Damon Coombs
Telephone: 01452 894517
Dean ward provides an Acute Admission facility for female Service Users who primarily reside in Cheltenham and the North Cotswolds. The ward works closely with the Cheltenham Crisis Home Treatment team. Service Users from the Forest of Dean area working with the Gloucester Crisis Home Treatment Team are also admitted to the ward.
Ward Manager: Gary Dodson
Telephone: 01452 894537
Kingsholm Ward is a 12 bed admission ward, for male service users primarily from the Cheltenham and Tewkesbury areas. The aim of the ward and its team members is to work with service users and their carers so that they can return to their normal life back in their homes as soon as possible.
Ward Manager: Simon Webster
Telephone: 01452 894510
Priory Ward is a 22 bed acute admissions ward for service users who primarily reside in the city of Gloucester. The team works very closely with the Gloucester Crisis and Home Treatment teams.
Ward Manager: Justine Hill
Telephone: 01452 894534
Visiting relatives and friends at Wotton Lawn
Visiting times are between 9am and 9:30pm, everyday. We ask visitors to:
- try to avoid visiting during meal times, handover times and at times when therapies and activities are taking place
- plan visits around the treatment programme of the person you are visiting
- ensure children under the age of 16 are supervised by an accompying adult