This page was last updated: September 2nd, 2022
The Trauma Unit at Royal Cornwall Hospital looks after acute orthopaedic patients who are suffering from injuries and diseases of their bones, joints, ligaments, tendon, muscles or nerves.
The unit is split across two wards, Trauma 1 and 2, and we care for patients from the admission and pre-operation stages through to post-operative care, discharge and further rehabilitation.
Our welcoming and supportive team, includes consultants, specialist nurses, physiotherapists and occupational therapists, all focused on providing the best possible care and rehabilitation.
Important Visiting RestrictionsDue to the Covid pandemic, restrictions have been made to the usual visiting times and rules listed below. Please view our Covid Visiting restrictions.
Visiting the Trauma Unit
Open visiting on all wards is between 10am and 8pm, 7 days a week (Please see visiting restrictions)
Visiting outside these times can be discussed with the nurse in charge. See our Visiting Policy.
- Please introduce yourself and tell us who you are visiting
- Feel free to help out at mealtimes
- Do not disturb nurses during medicine rounds
- When asked to leave a bay or room, please respect our request
Please check with the ward team if you would like children under 12 to visit.
No flowers please.
Directions to the Trauma Unit
The Trauma Unit is located on the second floor of Trelawny Wing at the Royal Cornwall Hospital in Treliske, Truro. If you enter from the Trelawny main entrance, continue past the café and WH Smiths shop, take the lift or the stairs to the second floor.
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