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Date: 29 February 2020

Time: 06:47

The Bromley Wing

If you need to attend the hospital regularly for radiotherapy treatment and live some distance away then you can stay at the Bromley Wing.

The Bromley Wing is situated on second floor of Nuffield house which is opposite the main building of the Queen Elizabeth Hospital and is open 24 hours a day between Monday and Friday.

The Bromley Wing has a lounge and dining room where you can sit and watch television, or just enjoy the company of other residents.

There is also a quiet room where you can sit and spend some time on your own. You may wish to make the most of your visit to Birmingham and want to explore surrounding areas.

The wing is not a hospital ward and you are free to come and go as you please; all that we ask is that you inform the accommodation officer when you leave the building.

Meals will be provided during your stay in the wing. A kitchen is also available if you want to prepare snacks and drinks.

The Bromley Wing is not staffed by nurses, so it may not be appropriate for you if you have medical or nursing needs. If you would normally be living at home when attending hospital to receive your treatment and are able to care for yourself you will probably be able to stay.

When your consultant's team request a reservation, details will be taken and a health and safety assessment will be made as to whether we will be able to offer you accommodation at the wing.

Although nursing staff do not work on the wing, there is a direct telephone line to the hospital which gives access to medical staff in the event of an emergency.

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