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Paediatric Audiology Service
The Paediatric Audiology Service performs hearing tests and provides hearing rehabilitation for children 0 – 16 years.
Assessment, care and treatment of children and young people with medical problems or illness.
GPs can refer into a specialist service for people who they feel need further help in managing their chronic pain.
Details of our pathology services including biochemistry, cellular pathology, haematology and microbiology lab services, pathology point of care testing.
Pathology - Point of Care Testing
The management of Point of Care Diagnostic testing devices. This includes all training and competency assessments.
Pay as You Go Bedside Communication and Media
Pay as you go services for TV channels, films, games, internet, radio and telephone calls during a patient's stay in hospital.
We provide services for inpatients, outpatients, day case patients and patients attending the Accident and Emergency departments and the Urgent Care Centre.
The over-riding aim of the physiotherapy service is to maximise patients’ function and to help them manage their condition independently.
Patients requiring hand surgery and patients with BCC or suspected cancer.
The service provides acute Podiatry care to patients with or at high risk of developing foot health problems.
The Portering Service is an important key support service that helps keep the Trusts Hospitals running smoothly and efficiently.
A pre-operative assessment is performed on all adult patients who are going to have an operation or a surgical procedure performed under general anaesthetic (G.A.).
Details of the Trust's press office including contact details and information about the services the Communication team provides.