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We deal with all conditions affecting the heart, including coronary artery disease (the cause of angina and heart attacks), heart valve disease, heart rhythm disturbances (arrhythmias), heart muscle problems (e.g. heart failure) and high blood pressure (hypertension).
The aim of the children and young people’s chronic fatigue service is to enable the patient and family to manage life with CFS/ME, work towards recovery in the best way possible and utilise any local or national resources which will help them do this.
The paediatric epilepsy service is a team of highly experienced and skilled doctors, nurses and administrators.
The Community Children’s Nurses are a team of experienced children’s nurses who provide care and support in the community setting for children with a nursing need.
Children’s Continuing Care is a service provision for children and young people, up to 18 years, who require additional health support due to needs arising from disability, accident or illness that cannot be met by existing universal or specialist services alone.
The Trust’s clinical photography and illustration team provide its clinical colleagues with specialised photographic and video services across the Trust’s four sites.
Our community midwifery teams offer a full range of antenatal services, parent education, birthing at home and postnatal care locally. We provide a flexible service which enables women to have more choice about where to access care.
Our team consists of fourteen consultants and one associate specialist, supported by specialist health visitors, children’s specialist nurses and psychologists. We work closely with or colleagues in acute paediatrics, speech and language, physiotherapy and occupational therapy.