The centre admits people with all levels and severity of spinal cord injury. Each year we treat approximately 150 inpatients and at any given time we treat 51 inpatients. The centre has the largest ventilator-dependent and weaning SCI programmes in Europe.
The average age of our patients is 57, but the most common age is 54. Our youngest person was two-years-old and our oldest 103.
We not only treat newly-injured patients but those who experience a late onset complication of spinal cord injury and need inpatient care. Such complications can include urological, skin surgery, neurosurgery or other medical/surgical procedures.
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