Welney Ward

How our service can help you

We are an inpatient unit with 15 beds providing rehabilitation and palliative care for any patient registered with a Cambridgeshire GP. We have therapists working within the ward team during the week, and all nursing staff are trained in moving and handling, and leading exercises in strength and balance and chair based movements. GP cover is provided for clinical support seven days a week and we accept referrals from acute hospitals and community teams as required. 

On admission, people are assessed by the ward team, goals identified and discharge planning started. These goals are then reviewed daily by the team and progress discussed at the weekly multidisciplinary meeting. At all times there is a registered nurse available to discuss any plans or concerns you may have.

Patients and their families are expected to take an active part in the patient's journey whilst on Welney Ward to achieve the best outcome possible. If required, referrals are made to other professionals/agencies for support and to facilitate a safe discharge.

Contact the service

  • CPFT Welney Ward

    Princess of Wales Hospital

    Lynn Road

    Ely

    CB6 1DN

    Team Email: cpm-tr.welneyward@nhs.net Phone Number: 01353 772509
  • Business Hours/Visiting Hours: Currently no visitors allowed (COVID-19 restrictions) but usually 2.30pm - 4.30pm and 6pm - 8pm daily

Referral Information

  • All referrals are received from acute hospitals and community teams via SPACCreferrals@cpft.nhs.uk.

Where to park and are there parking charges?

  • Main car park at the front of the Princess of Wales Hospital near the entrance, with overflow parking around the site - all free of charge.

Is there access and support for patients and visitors with a disability?

  • Yes, our clinical bases are accessible. Please ring the team before your appointment to discuss any requirements.

How to cancel your appointment

  • To cancel your appointment, please contact the team by telephone.

Welney Ward

How our service can help you

We are an inpatient unit with 15 beds providing rehabilitation and palliative care for any patient registered with a Cambridgeshire GP. We have therapists working within the ward team during the week, and all nursing staff are trained in moving and handling, and leading exercises in strength and balance and chair based movements. GP cover is provided for clinical support seven days a week and we accept referrals from acute hospitals and community teams as required. 

On admission, people are assessed by the ward team, goals identified and discharge planning started. These goals are then reviewed daily by the team and progress discussed at the weekly multidisciplinary meeting. At all times there is a registered nurse available to discuss any plans or concerns you may have.

Patients and their families are expected to take an active part in the patient's journey whilst on Welney Ward to achieve the best outcome possible. If required, referrals are made to other professionals/agencies for support and to facilitate a safe discharge.

Contact the service

  • CPFT Welney Ward

    Princess of Wales Hospital

    Lynn Road

    Ely

    CB6 1DN

    Team Email: cpm-tr.welneyward@nhs.net Phone Number: 01353 772509
  • Business Hours/Visiting Hours: Currently no visitors allowed (COVID-19 restrictions) but usually 2.30pm - 4.30pm and 6pm - 8pm daily

Referral Information

  • All referrals are received from acute hospitals and community teams via SPACCreferrals@cpft.nhs.uk.

Where to park and are there parking charges?

  • Main car park at the front of the Princess of Wales Hospital near the entrance, with overflow parking around the site - all free of charge.

Is there access and support for patients and visitors with a disability?

  • Yes, our clinical bases are accessible. Please ring the team before your appointment to discuss any requirements.

How to cancel your appointment

  • To cancel your appointment, please contact the team by telephone.

As a patient

As a patient, relative or carer using our services, sometimes you may need to turn to someone for help, advice, and support. 

Patient Advice and Liaison service  Contact the Trust