Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability
Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability

The Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability was originally established in 1854 as the Royal Hospital for Incurables and was the first organisation in the UK to offer long-term care for adults living with chronic or incurable illnesses or injuries. The RHN has over 160 years’ experience in providing expert care for people living with serious disabilities. Today, the RHN is a specialist provider of care for people living with serious brain injury and illness. The RHN is also a centre for research and education focusing on the diagnosis, treatment and care of people living with neurological disabilities.

The RHN provides specialist training for nurses and health-care professionals on a range of areas including:

  • Care of Patients with Tracheostomies (long term care)
  • Wound Management (long term care)
  • Infection Prevention and Control in long term care settings
  • Catheter Care
  • OSCE preparation courses
  • Continence Management


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