This hospital has previously supported PJ and Famulatur placements.
Part of the Burton Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, the Queen’s Hospital is a new facility built to improve the hospital services available to the population of Burton on Trent. The hospital was previously named the Burton District Hospital, but was renamed in 1995 at its official opening, which was presided over by Queen Elizabeth II.
The hospital provides a wide range of medical services, including complette services in pathology and radiology (it has an Open MRI machine) and maintains its original vision (established at its inception in the late 19th century) that a hospital in Burton should have a medical facility that can deal with people from birth to death on a single site.
Services at the hospital include;
Accident & Emergency
Care of the elderly
Ear, nose and throat
Gynaecology and Genito Urinary Medicine (GUM)
Oral surgery and orthodontics
Paediatrics and family medicine, including obstetrics
Chronic pain services
Pathology – Pathology is a core clinical service at the hospital and the four pathology disciplines – Chemical Pathology, Haematology, Histopathology and Microbiology – are all available at the Queen’s Hospital.
Radiology – The hospital has some excellent equipment: x-ray, CAT scanner and an MRI machine. The hospital has a new Open MRI, which has a 1.5 Tesla (high powered) scanner.
Trauma and orthopaedics
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