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The Macmillan Cancer Information and Support Centre is a calm, quiet relaxed environment away from the wards and clinical areas.
Cardiology provides a range of complex diagnostic and enhanced specialist interventional procedures for patients with coronary heart disease, heart rhythm problems, heart failure, structural heart disease.
Care of the Elderly Rehabilitation Service
The Care of the elderly and rehabilitation service aims to provide acute and rehabilitation care for the elderly residents of Bury, Oldham, Rochdale and North Manchester.
There are two Carers Centres available to offer advice and guidance to carers in the hospital environment either as a patient or as a visitor.
Catering services for patients, visitors and staff.
Cellular Pathology provides a Histology, Diagnostic Cytology and Andrology service to General Practitioners within Primary Care and to Consultant led services with the hospitals within The Pennine Acute Hospitals NHS Trust.
Chaplaincy and Spiritual Care
The Spiritual Care Multi-faith Chaplaincy team provides spiritual, pastoral and religious support for patients, carers and members of staff within the Trust.
The department runs a Lipid Clinic that patients will be referred to by their GP.
The Macmillan Chemotherapy Team administer chemotherapy, a key part in the treatment of cancer. They also provide education and support to patients and their relatives throughout treatment.
Chest (Pennine Lung Service)
This service is for all patients either referred in by their GP or seen as an emergency with respiratory disease and the associated conditions of the lungs and respiratory muscles.
Assessment, care and treatment of children and young people with medical problems or illness.
Domestic and housekeeping services provided by a dedicated 520-strong team responsible for 184,000 square metres of premises.
Clinical Assessment Unit
The team on the Clinical Assessment Unit (CAU) provide assessment, treatment and, in some cases, onward referral to people who arrive at hospital with a moderate illness.
Patients with diseases of the colon, rectum and anus including rectal bleeding, acute anal pain, weight loss, palpable PR mass or abdominal mass.
The continence service will provide treatment and care to patients who suffer with urinary incontinence, prostate problems and faecal incontinence.
Critical Care Outreach
Follow-up of level 2 and 3 patients discharged from critical care units to general wards within 24 hours.
Critical Care Unit
Critically ill patients are normally admitted into critical care via A&E, via the wards or following theatre if they require closer monitoring and additional organ support.
The service is for patients who are admitted to the Trust inpatient wards and Day Services Departments and for patients attending the Emergency Departments and the Urgent Care Centre at Rochdale Infirmary.