NHS information and services directory
Accident and Emergency - Derriford Hospital
The Emergency Department at Derriford Hospital is for patients with a variety of urgent and emergency conditions. This is a walk-in service which means at peak times the department can get busy.
Audiology Services - Derriford Hospital
Audiology is the science of hearing and vestibular (balance) function. The audiology service sees patients of all ages who have hearing and balance disorders.
Child Development Centre - Derriford Hospital
The Child Development Centre (CDC) is an assessment centre which provides both initial outpatient assessment and continuing treatment and support for children.
The Urgent Care Centre at the Cumberland Centre is open every day to treat you if you have an injury which isn't life-threatening but still requires urgent treatment.
University Hospitals Plymouth NHS Trust is the largest hospital in the south west peninsula.
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Health Care for the Elderly - Derriford Hospital
The Health Care for the Elderly (HCE) Department provides modern, progressive, high quality health care for older people.
Healthwatch Plymouth helps people get the best out of their local health and social care services. We actively gather feedback from all sections of the community about positive and negative experiences of using health and social care services in Plymouth.
HIV Tests - Derriford Hospital
HIV is a viral infection that can be passed on through unprotected sex, by sharing infected injecting equipment and from an HIV positive mother to her child during pregnancy, childbirth or breastfeeding.
National Centre for Behavioural Addictions
Children and young adults who are seriously addicted to computer games will now be able to get help on the NHS after the launch of country's first specialist clinic.
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit - Derriford Hospital
The Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) provides specialist medical intensive care treatment for extremely preterm and sick newborn babies in the South West Peninsula, that is, Exeter, Torbay, Barnstaple, Truro and Plymouth.
NHS Devon is the organisation responsible for the majority of county's NHS budget, and develops a plan to improve people's health, deliver high-quality care and better value for money.
Occupational Therapy - Derriford Hospital
Occupational Therapy helps people of all ages to lead healthy and fulfilling lives by improving their ability to carry out daily activities.
Operational Advice for Children - Derriford Hospital
Most children having an operation have a general anaesthetic. This means that they are unconscious (asleep) and cannot feel, hear or see anything. Specialist doctors called anaesthetists look after you and are with you all the time you are asleep.
Palliative Care - Derriford Hospital
St Luke's Services provides a seamless specialist palliative care service across all care settings under one management team. The service consists of staff from Plymouth Hospitals Trust, three local Healthcare Trusts and St Luke's, the independent charitable hospice.
Patient Advice and Liaison Service (PALS)
The Patient Advice and Liaison Service (PALS) offers support, information and assistance to patients, relatives and visitors.
Plymouth Healthy Futures Social Prescribing Service - Wolseley Trust
The Healthy Futures Social Prescribing Service works with GP practices in Plymouth to support patients who would like support to access activities and services in the community to improve their health and wellbeing.
Practice Plus Group Hospital
At Practice Plus Group Hospital, Plymouth, any patient in need of our services is welcome, regardless of location, even if you have an existing health condition, as long as it's safe for us to treat you.