Foulis ward

We care for patients with a wide variety of lung conditions. Our main focus is cystic fibrosis and bronchiectasis.

Our medical teams share a wide variety of expertise to manage these conditions in the best way. We work in partnership with you and your family so we can provide individual care to meet your specific needs. 

Visiting times

Foulis ward operates an open visiting policy, but request that all visitors leave the ward by 8 pm. 

Your appointment

When you arrive, please let the ward clerk's desk know. They will let nursing staff know and they will show you to your room. 


  • Breakfast        8am

  • Lunch             12 noon

  • Supper            6pm

We also operate a protected mealtime policy so that you are able to enjoy your food without interruptions, either by visitors or in order to attend other departments.

Life on the ward

We have a total of 35 beds and these are divided into 28 single rooms, a three-bed ward and a four-bed ward. All our rooms have their own en-suite facilities including a bath or shower. Each room is furnished to a high standard with a fridge, television and telephone for incoming calls only. A sitting room is also available with a 42-inch plasma screen television.

All our rooms and bed spaces have network access and the ward has a number of laptop computers so patients can use the internet. We are also introducing a Skype service and building up a DVD library.

The ward offers a pantry for patients and relatives to use. This is equipped with a fridge, sandwich maker and microwave oven. There is a washing machine and tumble drier for use by patients and relatives.

We have close links with the Chelsea & Westminster School Services. Patients are encouraged to study while they are in hospital and some have taken exams while staying with us. We keep a notice board where we display details of individual achievements as well as social events.

Read Naomi's story of life on the ward

Who you will meet on the ward

Members of the team that you may come into contact with include:

  • doctors

  • clinical nurse specialists

  • physiotherapists

  • dietitians

  • pharmacists

  • occupational therapist

  • social workers

  • welfare benefits officer

If you would like to see any of the above, just ask your nurse who will be more than happy to contact the appropriate department. 

Foulis ward

Foulis ward, Fulham wing, Royal Brompton Hospital, SW3 6NP


020 7352 8121