Haywood Community Hospital

Elderly & Community

Haywood Hospital


01782 715 444


Walk In Centre


01782 673 500

Haywood Hospital

High Lane, Burslem, Stoke-On-Trent, Staffordshire, ST6 7AG

Tel: Main Reception - 01782 715 444

Walk In Centre - 01782 673 500

Haywood Hospital is based in Burslem and  provides a range of services to patients including:

  • Bone densitometry
  • Daily DVT service
  • Fracture clinic
  • Imaging/x-ray
  • Intermediate care and older people’s services
  • Limb fitting service
  • Occupational therapy
  • Outpatient clinics (ENT, Dermatology and others)
  • Pharmacy
  • Physiotherapy
  • Podiatry
  • Rehabilitation medicine (inpatient ward and outpatients)
  • Rheumatology (inpatient ward and outpatients)
  • Walk-in centre
  • Wheelchair services

The Haywood Hospital also has specialist services for rheumatology and specialist rehabilitation.


Inpatient Wards

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Broadfield Ward 

About Broadfield Ward:

This Ward has 25 beds and provides care for adult patients requiring neurological rehabilitation.  Patients present with a variety of neurological diagnoses including stroke, Multiple Sclerosis, traumatic brain injury, brain tumours and spinal problems. 

For more information about Broadfield Ward please click here.


Chatterley Ward

About Chatterley Ward:

Chatterley Ward provides palliative care, complex assessment and rehabilitation care for a range of conditions/illnesses including:

  • Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)
  • Fractures
  • Stroke rehabilitation
  • Parkinson’s
  • Other medical or surgical medical conditions


Grange Ward

About Grange Ward:

Grange Ward is a Step Up Unit, which receives patients directly from home or acute trusts for medical and nursing intervention. The ward is a short stay assessment unit and patients may then be transferred to other wards if unable to be discharged back home directly. The Ward cares for adult patients and is dedicated to their assessment and rehabilitation care.


Jackfield Ward

About Jackfield Ward:

Jackfield Ward transferred back to the Partnership Trust on 1st January 2018 and cares for adult patients who require medical and nursing intervention. 


Scotia Ward

General Information

About Scotia Inpatient Ward:

This Ward has 19 beds and is a short stay general nursing care service. It provides care to people with low levels of need, who are medically fit to be moved from an acute hospital bed but still require some short term nursing support..


Sneyd Ward

About Sneyd Ward:

The Stroke Rehabilitation Unit provides specialist and co-ordinated rehabilitation to adults following a stroke and is part of a wider stroke service that includes an acute stroke unit based at the University Hospital of North Midlands and the Community Stroke Team at the Haywood Hospital.

The rehabilitation is provided by a range of specialist health professionals which includes medical, nursing, occupational therapy, physiotherapy, speech and language therapy and dietitians.

Specialist support from the Stroke Rehabilitation Unit includes:

  • Expert care and guidance
  • Use of a wide range of treatments and techniques
  • Support for various physical, cognitive and psychological problems that may arise as a result of a stroke
  • Carer education and training to enable ongoing rehabilitation following discharge

This ward has 20 beds. Most patients have further complex medical backgrounds such as: respiratory-related problems, hypertension, DVT, Aspiration Pneumonia, Parkinson's, Arthritis, Diabetes, Atrial Fibrillation, and Dementia are common in this area.


Scotia Day Case Unit:

This Unit provides care and treatment for patients who have rheumatology problems, but also has a role in treating rehabilitation problems. The unit also plays an important part in clinical research trials.

There are eight chairs, four beds and two consulting rooms available on the unit.

The Day Case Unit team consists of the unit manager, five nurses, a healthcare support worker, a ward clerk and a housekeeper.
The Unit works closely with the occupational and physiotherapy departments, and also involve orthotics, x-ray, dietetics, and social services.


Additional Services based at Haywood Hospital


The Haywood hospital has a hydrotherapy pool available to selected physiotherapy patients.

Hydrotherapy is a fun, relaxing and comfortable way of exercising. The aim of hydrotherapy is to increase levels of physical activity to improve or manage their condition. It is mainly available to those unable to exercise on dry land.

Hydrotherapy is a form of physiotherapy; patients are given an exercise programme to do in a heated pool (35ºC). The warm water helps the body to relax and will help to relieve pain, which can help patients’ movements.

Exercising in water also helps strengthen the body's muscles and increase joint movement whilst they are supported and protected in the water.

*please note the hydrotherapy pool is currently temporarily closed. Please talk to your physiotherapist for details of alternative provisions in the local area.

Rheumatology Centre:

The Rheumatology Centre at the Haywood Hospital currently welcomes patients from North Staffordshire, Derbyshire and Cheshire. The catchment area has a population of over 500,000 patients.

The centre deals with the investigation, diagnosis, management and treatment of patients with arthritis and other musculoskeletal conditions many of which are chronic conditions which require lifelong treatment.

The Haywood hospital is pioneering in many different aspects of rheumatology, the first community rheumatologist was appointed here and the first development of a computerised drug monitoring system was at the Haywood Hospital.

The Rheumatology Centre also has an active research team, known nationally and internationally for its work.


Walk in Centre:

The Walk in Centre is a nurse-led service which provides a range of minor injury/ailment services, no appointment is needed and the facility is used by approximately 50,000 patients a year. The Walk in Centre also provides a daily DVT service and a fracture clinic service which operates three afternoons each week.

The Walk in Centre is open 7 days a week:

  • 7am to 9.30pm Mon- Fri
  • 9am to 9.30pm Sat/Sun/Bank Holidays

Therapy Services are open from Monday to Friday

  • Occupational Therapy
  • Physiotherapy
  • Wheelchair Services
  • Limb Fitting Services






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