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The Medical Admissions Unit at The London Clinic

  • A clinical pathway to facilitate acute admissions into The London Clinic whilst maintaining the highest levels of patient safety and evidence based care 
  • Service is supported by our consultant on-call rota
  • Provides efficient access to world class consultants for a wider patient group

A nurse with a patient at The London Clinic

MAU INCLUSION CRITERIA

  1. Patients over the age of 18 requiring treatment of disease, disorder or injury, diagnostic and screening procedures, management of supply of blood and blood derived products that are within the remit of The London Clinic and have been assessed by a GP, Physician or Surgeon and has been identified as having a medical condition requiring hospital admission. All medical patients are accompanied with the referral letter from their referring Doctor.
  2. Any patients who require immediate lifesaving interventions or are at greater risk to deteriorate will be directed to NHS 999 emergency service.

MAU Exclusion criteria

  1. Children and young adults under the age of 18 years.
  2. Patients who require admission for treatment of any psychiatric illness or alcohol/drug detoxification.
  3. Patients with acute/confirmed diagnosed sepsis and live further than 60 minutes away.
  4. Patients with notifiable diseases or specific infectious conditions that may pose a threat to the health of staff or other patients (see section 4.1 and 4.2 of the general Admissions policy and the Infection Control policy).
  5. Patients requiring cardiac surgery or with any suggestion of an acute myocardial infarction or similar condition where the patient would be best treated in a centre providing immediate thrombolysis, angiography and acute stenting procedures. The London Clinic MAU Exclusion criteria (continued) should ensure that no delays are incurred as a result of any discussion in this circumstance as it is time critical for the patient to reach the right facility.
  6. Patients with the possible diagnosis of an acute stroke who should be treated in a Stroke Unit within the NHS. The London Clinic should ensure that no delays are incurred as a result of any discussion in this circumstance as it is time critical for the patient to reach the right facility.
  7. Patients requiring antenatal or obstetric care beyond 20 weeks.
  8. Burns patients who are undergoing or require acute specialist clinical and nursing interventions and treatment which require a Specialist Burns Unit.
  9. Patients with acute gastro-intestinal haemorrhage requiring immediate resuscitation and endoscopic treatment.
  10. Patients receiving oncological therapy in the UK. Patients receiving treatment in TLC are expected to access admission via Bleep 301.
  11. Patients receiving oncological therapy elsewhere in the UK are expected to contact their designated Acute Oncology Service.
  12. Any patients who require immediate lifesaving interventions or are at greater risk to deteriorate, will be directed to NHS 999 emergency service.

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