Mardon Neuro-Rehabilitation Centre


Mardon is a 12-bed specialist neurorehabilitation inpatient unit. It is situated close to the Royal Devon & Exeter Hospital (Wonford).

More on what we do

Mardon provides specialist multi-professional assessments and appropriate rehabilitation programmes for people who have a range of medical, physical, cognitive and/or emotional difficulties as a result of a neurological condition (i.e. disorders of the brain, spinal cord and/or the nerves that connect them).

We also make recommendations for community rehabilitation, identification of continuing health care requirements, as well as advice for inpatients, families/carers and other agencies regarding aspects of reintegration into the community.

Our team

Our team is led by a Rehabilitation Medicine Consultant and includes:

  • Rehabilitation nurses and assistants
  • Psychologists
  • Occupational therapists
  • Physiotherapists
  • Speech and language therapists
  • Rehabilitation support workers
  • Junior doctors
  • Administrative, domestic and maintenance staff
  • Other health professionals may also be involved in your rehabilitation eg. Dieticians, Specialist Nurses, Orthotists and the wheelchair team at Exeter Mobility Centre.

Contact us

Mardon is open 24 hours a day, 365 days of the year.


  • 01392 208 580
  • 01392 208 594
  • 01392 208 595


Visiting times: 10.30am - 8pm

Visitors are very welcome, but timetabled rehabilitation and rest periods are priorities.

Travel directions: The Mardon Neuro-Rehabilitation Centre is located on Wonford Road, EX2 4UD.

Supporting you

Click on the name of an organisation below, to visit their website.

Exeter Community Neurological Rehabilitation Team:

Focuses on education and aims to help you recover from or manage your health condition and improve your quality of life. This is for patients registered with an Exeter GP.

Living with Aphasia:

A charity based in Exeter that supports people in Devon affected by aphasia.

Headway Devon:

Is a local charity dedicated to improving life after brain injury.

Freetrike Rehab Cycling:

Offers opportunities for people with disability to access exercise outdoors.


Offers a range of services including exercise with access to a gym with qualified instructors for people with disabilities.

Devon Carers:

If you look after someone…who looks after you? Devon Carers are here to help unpaid carers.

Transport Help

Community Car Schemes:

Operate across all areas of Devon.

Exeter Community Transport Association ExeAccess:

Is a local charity to help people with transport in Devon.

TRIP Community Transport Association Honiton:

Offers help with transport for the East Devon area.

The Devon Access Wallet scheme:

Is an initiative to help make journeys by bus or train easier for anyone with communication difficulties.


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