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Orthoptics

19/06/2018 |

What is orthoptics? We study your vision, eye movements and your ability to use your eyes as a pair. We treat all ages – from babies to the elderly. We take referrals from: Ophthalmologists GPs Optometrists Paediatricians Neurologists Other professionals When you visit us, we will take a detailed medical and eye history and we will perform an… Read more »

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Ear, nose and throat

20/06/2018 |

We provide care for patients with general ear, nose and throat problems, including: Neck lumps Cancers of the head and neck area Tear duct problem Facial skin lesions Balance and hearing disorders Snoring and sleep apnoea ENT allergy problems Salivary gland diseases Voice disorders For more information about ear, nose and throat conditions please visit… Read more »

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Emergency Assessment Unit

19/06/2018 |

Who comes to the EAU? You will come to the Emergency Assessment Unit (EAU) if you have seen your GP and they have arranged for you to come in for tests or treatment. You may also come in if you have been seen in the Emergency Department and they want you to stay in hospital for further treatment or tests.  

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Emergency department

18/06/2018 |

Emergency only You should only come to the Emergency Department if you are really unwell or have had an accident. If you do need to come to the Emergency Department, a nurse will see you and decide how urgently you need to be treated. You may then be sent to a different part of the department,… Read more »

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Eye department

19/06/2018 |

Our service Our eye department provides an extensive range of services for adults and children.  We deal with:  Cataract and corneal surgery Diabetic Retinopathy DVLA Assessments Emergency Eye Conditions External Eye Disease Fundus Fluorescein Angiography Glaucoma Inflammatory Eye Disease Lid Surgery Low Visual Aids Medical Contact Lenses Medical Retina Ophthalmic Laser Treatments Paediatric Ophthalmology Retinal… Read more »

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