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Kilverstone Ward 

Specialities dealt with by this ward: Cardiology

Kilverstone is the Cardiology Ward. With 37 beds we mostly have patients with heart problems such as heart attack  (Myocardial Infarction, Coronary, Acute Coronary Syndrome), Angina  and Heart Failure. We work closely with the Coronary Care Unit which is located across the corridor and the Cardiology Elective Bay on Heydon Ward .

We also care for patients with pacemakers and heart rhythm problems.

NHS Choices has more information - click here.  

Visiting Times

Monday14:00 - 16:00    18:00 - 20:00    
Tuesday14:00 - 16:00    18:00 - 20:00    
Wednesday14:00 - 16:00    18:00 - 20:00    
Thursday14:00 - 16:00    18:00 - 20:00    
Friday14:00 - 16:00    18:00 - 20:00    
Saturday14:00 - 16:00    18:00 - 20:00    
Sunday14:00 - 16:00    18:00 - 20:00    

Visiting Details:

If you require visiting outside the above visiting times due to special circumstances you are required to arrange this with the nurse-in-charge prior to visit.

Visitors are reminded to wash their hands, to please not sit on the beds, and to keep visiting down to two people per patient at any one time.

How to Find Us

The ward is located on Level 3 in the East Block
Please use the In-patients East & Centre entrance/s and follow the signs to Kilverstone Ward

If you are coming by car and need to park, the closest carpark/s are K, L, M

Kilverstone Ward location plan

Contact Details

Main Telephone Number: 01603 289971
Fax Number: 01603 286375


Special Instructions

Unfortunately we cannot use portable phones to let you speak to patients on infection control grounds. All beds have a Patientline phone at the bedside.

We do not allow flowers in open vases for safety reasons. Small plants in soil in pots and floral displays in sealed plastic containers are allowed.

Our patients are in hospital to rest so we would ask that you bear this in mind.

Based at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital, Norwich Click to show full address details for the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital, Norwich (opens in new window)





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