To find out about more about the kinds of services we have, how they can support you and how you can be referred to them use the search function in the blue box to the side of this page.
Whichever area of our service you access you can expect a high level of quality and support. We offer care in lots of ways including on wards, in the community and in social care settings. Our aim is always to treat you as close as is possible to your own home.
Telephone: 01274 363224
When you are discharged from hospital with medication we want to make sure that you stay well. The nurses in our outpatients department will regularly monitor your physical health to make sure that your medication is still working for you.
Telephone: 01274 221151
Our specialist palliative care team provides specialist advice and support for those who are nearing the end of their life. People in their last weeks of life are supported by our hospice at home team.
We offer physical health and wellbeing checks for people who have a serious mental illness.
Telephone: 01274 221165
Podiatrists are foot health experts. We can help you relieve pain, maintain mobility, improve mobility and help you to look after yourself.
Telephone: 01274 497121
The Safe Swallowing team is a multi-disciplinary team of professionals who are part of the Learning Disability Health Support team. We support people who have a learning disability and dysphagia (swallowing problems).
Telephone First Response: 01274 221181
Our safer space offers a homely place to stay for one night, where friendly, trained staff will help you to make sense of what is going on, so you can handle things more easily in the future.
Our School Nurse teams work within schools, other education providers and the local community to support children and young people of school age, and those who care for them. They will work together with you to offer support and advice about how to make decisions about healthy living.
Telephone: 01924 310130.
Our school nurse teams work within schools, other education providers and the local community to support children and young people of school age, and those who care for them. They will work together with you to offer support and advice about how to make decisions about healthy living.
Specialist clinics for people with Learning Disabilities are held at Waddiloves Health Centre in Bradford.