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Clayponds Rehabilitation Hospital

Clayponds Hospital is a modern centre of excellence for rehabilitation. 

Our aim is to enable adult patients to return home and live as independently as possible following a period of medical, nursing and therapy input. 

One ward specialises in neuro-rehabilitation for stroke, brain injury and other neurological conditions.  Other wards undertake general rehabilitative care. 

Clayponds also hosts active outpatient therapy teams treating a range of conditions including stroke and musculo-skeletal conditions, also offering speech and language therapy and psychological support. Services are provided for patients of 16 years or older.

Information for patients and visitors

Clayponds has mixed sex wards: each has single sex bays and some single side rooms used according to clinical need.  It also has a Day Centre for rehabilitation and treatment of inpatients and outpatients.  Jasmin ward is nurse led and has a six week stay.

The hospital is spacious and all on one level: easing access for wheelchair users, and helping those with limited mobility to move around easily. 

As a rehabilitation facility we provide specialist treatment and care to help you to maximise your independence following any illness or injury. 


Food and drink

The hospital canteen provides a vending service for confectionery, snacks, hot and cold drinks when the hospital is open.   More substantial snacks and light meals may be ordered in advance with staff in the main kitchen or by telephone on 020 8232 3381.  

Visitors

Clayponds asks all visitors to sign in at Reception, purely for health and safety reasons. 

Outpatients

Clayponds welcomes outpatients from Monday to Friday.  As with visitors, outpatients are asked to sign in at Reception.  Patients visiting the ENable and Speech and Language Therapy teams should present themselves at Reception.  Patients for the MSK Musculo-Skeletal physiotherapy service should simply take a seat: your clinician will collect you from Reception.  

Inpatients

You must be referred to Clayponds by an NHS healthcare professional, as we do not have facilities for self-referred, private, emergency or urgent care patients. 

Each referral is screened by the Multidisciplinary Team to ensure that all patients' needs are appropriate to Clayponds' rehabilitation care.  The Bed Manager ensures that patients are admitted as soon as an appropriate bed is available. 

Visiting times

Jasmin and Rosemary Wards

  • 11.30am-12.30am
  • 1.30pm-5.30pm
  • 6.30pm-8pm

Protected mealtimes

We have protected meal times to allow patients and staff to focus on serving and eating meals. Please do not visit during 12.30pm-1.30pm and 5.30pm-6.30pm unless it has been agreed with the nurse in charge of the ward.

Fundraising

If you would like to make a donation to Clayponds, please visit our fundraising page.  All donations are used for the benefit of patients and staff, where amenities cannot be funded by the NHS. 

Clayponds Hospital, Sterling Place, South Ealing, London, W5 4RN

Tel: 020 8560 4011

Other contacts

Wards      

  • Jasmin Ward - 020 8232 3380
  • Rosemary Ward - 020 8232 3374/3395

Inpatient Therapy     

  • Stroke/Neurological (Rosemary Ward) - 020 8232 3384/3410/3411 
  • General medical (Jasmin Ward) - 020 8232 3361/3408

Outpatient and support services 

  • Admin Team - 020 8232 3350
  • ENable service - 020 8568 0679 
  • MSK Outpatient Musculo-skeletal service - 020 8232 3393 
  • Social worker (Jasmin/Rosemary wards) - 020 8232 3364 
  • Occupational Health Service - 020 3313 9450/9452 
  • Catering Supervisor - 020 8232 3381 
  • Cleaning Supervisor - 020 8232 3368

Getting here

Clayponds lies in the London Borough of Ealing, just north of the A4 Great West Road, between central Ealing and Brentford. You can find a map of Clayponds Hospital and the surrounding area on Streetmap here.

All visitors are asked to sign in and out at reception, for health and safety reasons.

By bus

  • Bus 65 Kingston - Ealing Broadway via Richmond and Kew. Alight at Darwin Road stop.  Follow the path across the park. Cross Clayponds Avenue, and follow the signpost to the end of Sterling Place.
  • Bus E3 Greenford - Chiswick. Alight at South Ealing Road, walk forward to South Ealing Road
  • Take Bus 65 as above, heading towards Kingston.

By train

Take National Rail or London Overground services to Ealing Broadway or Kew Bridge. Then take Bus 65 as above, towards Kingston from Ealing, or towards Ealing from Kew.

By tube

Take Piccadilly Line to South Ealing, and take Bus 65 towards Kingston.

By car

From A4 Great West Road, turn north into Clayponds Avenue immediately west of M4 J2 eastbound slip road, then turn right into Sterling Place.

From Ealing Broadway (A4020 Uxbridge Road) turn S into High Street, B455.  Continue S (past South Ealing Underground) to South Ealing Cemetery, then immediately turn R into Occupation Lane.  At the end, turn left into Sterling Place.

Clayponds is also easily accessible from the A406 North Circular Road.  Turn W onto A4000 Popes Lane,  left onto B455 South Ealing Road and follow Occupation Lane as above.

Parking

Ample free parking is available for visitors.

Referrals information for healthcare professionals

Please click the appropriate links for referral forms and criteria.

Jasmin Ward (Rehabilitation Provider for Community Bedded General Rehabilitation Service)

Rosemary Ward

Rosemary Ward (Step down) referral form and criteria

Medically led rehabilitation specialising in stroke and neurological conditions.  NWL sector stroke referral form may be used instead.