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The service support people living with heart disease who are discharged from hospital to recover from a cardiac event.
The Carers’ Services Team support unpaid carers and family members to ensure that they feel valued and supported, helping them to begin to take control of their lives.
A faith or belief is very important to some people, and the chaplaincy will help you to follow your chosen faith, whatever that is, while you are in hospital
The hospital has 20 inpatient beds. There is a team of doctors, nurses and therapists who support patients during their hospital stay. The hospital has a nurse led Minor Injuries Unit.
This service has merged with Genito-Urinary Medicine (GUM) and formed a new Somerset-wide Integrated Sexual Health Service (SWISH). This service is provides a ‘one stop shop’ which offers free and open-access to contraceptive and sexual health services to support healthy sexual and reproductive choices.
CFS/ME is a long term condition, in which fatigue and other symptoms are persistent and not caused by another medical condition.
We work with patients, universities, industry and the National Institute of Health Research (NIHR) to take the best new ideas from cutting edge science and use them to create improved treatment and care.
Community Hospitals have a number of inpatient beds. There are teams of doctors, nurses and therapists who support patients during their hospital stay and who deliver personalised care in line with an agreed care plan.
The service help people with bladder and/or bowel problems. The symptoms can be improved and sometimes cured, often with simple methods, or if not you can be referred to the most appropriate specialist.
This service has merged with Genito-Urinary Medicine (GUM) and formed a new Somerset-wide Integrated Sexual Health Service (SWISH). This service is provides a ‘one stop shop’ which offers free and open-access to contraceptive and sexual health services to support healthy sexual and reproductive choices.
The hospital has 20 inpatient beds. There is a team of doctors, nurses and therapists who support patients during their hospital stay.