All of our consultants are specialists in their field and meet strict criteria to practice with us. Our dedicated, professional and friendly nursing team make ensure that you are treated with dignity and respect.
We're proud of the cleanliness of our hospital and that we have had no reported incidents of MRSA at Mount Stuart Hospital for the past 6 years. The hospital is equipped with the latest medical facilities and maintains consistently high quality clinical standards including effective infection control measures.
Prior to your appointment, you will receive a letter confirming your appointment and information on the Outpatient Department. Here, you will be receive a thorough assessment, any required investigative procedures, for example, an x-ray. Your consultation may result in a further tests or another clinic appointment being required, a surgical procedure being planned or you may be discharged back to the care of your GP.
In the case that you require a surgical procedure, we recognise that this prospect can be daunting, especially if this is your first time in a hospital. Please be assured that all our hospital staff are committed to making your time with us as comfortable and restful as possible. During your time in hospital, you will be looked after by a team of experts whose aim is to ensure you are cared for in an efficient and friendly environment, whilst keeping you fully informed about your treatment from admission to the time you go home.
We use the latest in technological advances and many procedures can now be done safely as a day procedure. This means you get the surgery you needs with less time in hospital. You can enjoy the comforts of our state-of-the-art day-case unit with first class facilities, your own private space on the unit, free Wi-Fi, and nurse-led discharge.
Your discharge planning will be discussed with you on admission but can vary depending on your recovery. You will be advised by your Consultant or nurse of an approximate time that you will be ready to leave hospital so that you can make arrangements for a friend or family member to collect you and accompany you home. If you need to take any medication following your departure, this will be given to you when you leave.