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Your stay at Tees Valley Treatment Centre


The clinical staff at the Treatment Centre will need to know about any drugs or medication you are currently taking, including any herbal/complementary medications, which should be recorded on your pre-admission questionnaire. You should bring your medication with you and our nursing staff will provide a receipt on admission. 

All medication should be individually packaged and clearly labelled. Any regular blood pressure and/or heart medications should be taken as they would normally, on the day of treatment, with a small amount of water. If you are taking any anticoagulant medications e.g. Warfarin or Aspirin please contact the Treatment Centre for advice on how to manage these. Your Consultant will advise you whether any other medication you routinely take should be stopped and when you are to start again. Please call the Treatment Centre should you be in any doubt over this.


We ask that you do not bring valuables or large sums of money with you into the Treatment Centre. Please note that the Treatment Centre cannot accept any responsibility for your valuables.


Children must be supervised at all times by a responsible adult when visiting the Treatment Centre. Treatment Centre staff will not be available to supervise any children brought into the Treatment Centre.


You will need to organise transportation to the Treatment Centre before and after surgery. We strongly recommend that you arrange for close family or friends to collect you following your procedure rather than the local taxi service. 

There is parking for visitors within the hospital site. The Treatment Centre entrances and exits have been designed for easy access for wheelchairs. If you require the use of a wheelchair during your stay, please indicate this on your medical questionnaire or notify the receptionist on arrival.

Pain Management

The Treatment Centre will provide you with pain relief tablets to take home if you do not have any.

What to bring

Check list for what to bring as a patient: comfortable clothing, a book to read and medication in its original packaging.