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Discharge planning

Planning to get you home (discharge planning) is a complicated process, and involves coordinating a surprising number of health care staff eg doctors, nurses, physiotherapists, Occupational Therapists, pharmacists, etc, etc.It can be a complicated process which can seem to take forever, but it is important for us to make sure that you're ready and safe to go home, that you have the help or equipment you might need when you get there, and that you know who to contact if you need help or advice.

Patients and families sometimes tell us that they would like to be kept more up to date with any arrangements that are being made. All too often, patients and families tell us that different people tell them different things about when they are getting home. In this section, we've provided some general information on what to expect in terms of discharge planning and the types of help that are available to you.  


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