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The Committee for Health & Social Care's (HSC), Adult Community Service provide specialist assessment and intermediate Elderly Mentally Infirm (EMI) nursing and residential care beds.

All admissions to the service require an appropriate needs assessment panel (NAP) certificate. Ongoing assessment of needs continues throughout the person's stay to ensure that their changing needs are best met in the most appropriate care setting.

  • Tautenay Ward

    • Tautenay is an 8 bedded mental health assessment unit for older adults with dementia and other mental illnesses and is based in the Oberlands Centre. Admission to Tautenay are arranged via the old age psychiatrist or associate only. The inter-professional team work in a person centred way and value the input and knowledge of family and carers.
    • Following a period of assessment the individual will return home with added support if needed. If discharge home is not possible then an appropriate long term care placement will be explored and arranged. A discharge package of care will be planned with the wider community team.
    • Telephone Number (via Hospital Switchboard) 725241 Ext 3593/3592
  • Lesia Unit - Duchess of Kent (DOK) Building

    • Lesia Unit is in the DOK building which is on the PEH site. The unit provides EMI intermediate residential placements for those individuals who have an appropriate NAP certificate. The unit is unable to accommodate immobile or acutely physically unwell, whose needs could be better met in another health and social care setting.
    • The unit has 26 beds including short term respite care placements. Respite care provides up to 4 weeks per year free short term support to give a carer a break.
    • Long term care within Lesia Unit is mostly funded by HSC however residents do pay a fee equivalent to the long term health insurance co-payment (usually the equivalent of a full Guernsey old age pension)
    • Telephone Number (via Hospital Switchboard) 725241 Ext 4148
  • Hanois Ward

    • Hanois Ward has 20 beds to provide specialist care primarily to individuals who have dementia who present with complex needs and behaviours that challenge. Admission to this ward requires a hospital nursing NAP certificate.
    • Long term care within the Hanois Ward is mostly funded by HSC however residents do pay a fee equivalent to the long term health insurance co-payment (usually the equivalent of a full Guernsey old age pension)
    • Telephone Number (via Hospital Switchboard) 725241 Ext 4340
  • Fougere Ward

    • Fougere Ward has 20 beds to provide care to those individuals who require specialist nursing interventions that cannot be met within a community setting. All admissions to the ward require a hospital nursing NAP certificate. The ward also offers short term respite placement to give carers of individuals who have complex physical and mental health needs a break.
    • Long term care within the Fougere Ward is mostly funded by HSC however residents do pay a fee equivalent to the long term health insurance co-payment (usually the equivalent of a full Guernsey old age pension)
    • Telephone Number (via Hospital Switchboard) 725241 Ext 4584

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