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COVID-19 Wednesday 1st April All orders are being produced and despatched as normal 

When one of my family members recently went into the hospital, I spotted stuck on the locker next to his bed, a piece of paper called the “Locker List”.  It was a helpful guide to what you need to pack for a short term stay in hospital.

Out came the mobile phone for a photo (after asking permission first) so I could share it with you and take some of the stress away from an anxious time. We have even gone one step further and made up a Hospital/Short term pack to label everything, so if it escapes from the locker, it won’t get lost!

Please click on the picture below for a printable checklist

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The Hospital and Short Stay Pack is made up of:-

60 Clothing Stick-on labels for the day and nightclothes, laundry bag and hand towels

30 stickers of various shapes and sizes for the mirror, toiletries, medication, tissues and incontinence supplies

6 pairs of shoe labels for the slippers and day shoes you come in and out in (you have an option to choose this as an add on)

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Even better news, as these hospital stays don’t always give you much notice, if you order by 2 pm they are out the same day, and there is a shipping option to choose next day guaranteed delivery, so we have you covered.

Just a little side note, if you are packing your hospital bag excitedly awaiting the arrival of a new member of the family, this pack is excellent too, so that if you leave anything behind (preferably not the new addition), you can go back and retrieve it.

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Emma x

1 Comments To "What do I need to pack for a short term stay in hospital?"

Jenny R. On 13 Mar 2020
Thanks for getting these labels to me so quickly, they were perfect. For anyone else going to a hospital checkout this great packing list on NHS site. https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/having-surgery/preparation/ Reply to this comment
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