Holy Cross Hospital in Haslemere provides a homely environment for 40 patients who have severe neurological disability and long-term conditions.
The hospital aims to challenge the limits of extreme neurological disability and has built a reputation for being a centre of excellence.
Founded in 1917, Holy Cross Hospital is owned by the Congregation of the Daughters of the Cross, a registered charity for the promotion of healthcare and education.
Holy Cross Hospital values its staff and is committed to developing each member of the team to their full potential with a comprehensive learning and development programme. Staff are actively encouraged and supported to further their skills by taking part in training and studying for qualifications.
The hospital also has a purpose-built physiotherapy centre for outpatients which includes a hydrotherapy pool. The hospital’s team of dedicated physiotherapists are highly trained and as well as advising on post-operation recovery, sports injuries and recovery from strokes and falls, they are specialised in vestibular rehabilitation therapy, post-natal physiotherapy and shockwave therapy.