Royal Leamington Spa Rehabilitation Hospital

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The Royal Leamington Spa Rehabilitation Hospital is located on Heathcote Lane in Warwick, England. Originally a tuberculosis isolation hospital, it is now a hospital run by South Warwickshire NHS Foundation Trust specialising in rehabilitation.

It has three wards: Arden, Campion (specialising in young adult rehabilitation) and the state-of-the-art Feldon Stroke Unit,[1] which was formally opened on 6 June 2006, after extensive refurbishment. During this time, the patients and staff were moved to Fosse ward, which had been closed for a few years. Currently, Fosse ward is occupied by the patients and staff from Arden ward, while that is being refurbished.

In addition to the three wards, it is home to the Stevenson Day Unit, which provides outpatient physiotherapy, occupational therapy and other medical services.

A specialist neurological rehabilitation service is provided by University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust.

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Coordinates: 52°16′10″N 1°32′27″W / 52.2695°N 1.5407°W / 52.2695; -1.5407