Some patients being treated at UCLH on an ongoing basis may be offered patient accommodation as part of their care plan. There are two options – The Cotton Rooms and Paul’s House. All patient accommodation is arranged by a patient’s clinical team.
The Cotton Rooms, our new patient hotel, is available for patients who need ongoing hospital treatment but are well enough to not need a hospital bed overnight – this is known as ambulatory care. Generally, ambulatory care is available to patients being treated for cancer. Patients receiving ongoing treatment at one of our specialist centres, for example at the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, may also be offered patient accommodation.
Paul’s House provides a ‘home from home’ for children and young people and their families diagnosed with cancer. It is run by the UK’s leading cancer charity for children and young people, CLIC Sargent.
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