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Admission to Hospital

If you are struggling with your mental health and have a mental illness which is serious and necessary for you to receive treatment in hospital, you could be admitted to one of our four mental health wards.

 

Why might I need to go to hospital?

If you have been admitted to hospital, it could be because you have a severe mental illness and a hospital stay is necessary for your health and safety, and / or the protection of other people.

 

What to expect

When you are admitted to our Mental Health Inpatient Wards you can expect to be supported by a Multi-Disciplinary Team led by a Psychiatrist, Psychiatric Nurses, Health Care Support Workers, Occupational Therapists and you may also receive input from Psychology, Home Treatment and Pharmacy staff.

 

How to access the service

Hospital admission is by referral only. Referrals can be made from Community Mental Health Teams, Police, Crisis Resolution Home Treatment Teams, GPs, Allied Health professionals, and social services colleagues working in Mental Health.

 

Opening Hours

Our inpatient wards are open 24/7, 365 days a year.

 

Our Wards

Here in Powys we have one 18 – 64 adult admissions unit in Bronllys Hospital called Felindre Ward, and three Older Persons’ Mental Health Admissions Units across the county; Tawe Ward in Ystradgynlais Hospital, Crug Ward in Brecon Hospital and Clywedog Ward in Llandrindod Hospital.

Their details are:

18 – 64 Admissions Unit:

Felindre Ward

Bronllys Hospital

Bronllys

Powys

LD3 0LU

Telephone: 01874 712 478

 

Older Persons’ Admissions Units (65+):

Tawe Ward

Ystradgynlais Community Hospital

Glanrhyd Road

Ystradgynlais

Swansea

SA9 1AU

Telephone: 01639 846 438

 

Crug Ward
Brecon War Memorial Hospital

Cerrigochion Road

Brecon

Powys

LD3 7NS

Telephone: 01874 615 711

 

Clywedog Ward

Llandrindod Wells War Memorial Hospital

Temple St.

Llandrindod Wells

LD1 5HF

Telephone: 01597 828705

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