Departments and Services
Departments and Services ordered by most popular. You can also find a Department or Service by A-Z.
Speech and Language Therapists (SLTs) work across the acute and rehab inpatient settings in the management of patients with both communication and swallowing disorders.
Tailored nutrition support to meet patient requirements dependent upon various factors including age, gender, nutritional status, and medical condition
Recording potentials produced by the brain in response to stimuli such as a flashing light, sounds and muscle twitches.
EEG stands for Electroencephalogram. This is a painless test which records the electrical activity of the brain, or ‘brain waves’.
The Infection Prevention and Control (IPC) team are a group of specialist nurses who provide advice and support on all matters relating to infection prevention and control
The neuropsychology inpatient service provides assessment and support to Walton Centre patients during their inpatient stay.
The Respiratory Physiotherapy Team covers intensive care and the high dependency unit, as well as providing an outreach respiratory service
The Tissue Viability Service provides specialist assessments, advice and management for patients who are under the care of The Walton Centre who have active wounds or who are at risk of developing wounds, including pressure ulcers during their inpatient stay with us.
Fluoroscopy uses live X-ray pictures to aid the practitioner performing certain procedures
All patients admitted to The Walton Centre following major trauma are assessed by the Trauma Therapy Team