The Adult Ability Team is a community based Specialist Nursing and Neurological Rehabilitation Service, offering therapeutic interventions for people with progressive neurological conditions.
Care Coordination is a new, integrated and person-centred approach to health and social care services that ensures people with long-term and complex needs are fully supported and assisted during every stage of their care.
Community Matrons are advanced nurse practitioners who provide intensive and personalised care and support to patients with more than one complex and chronic long term condition.
The Community Nursing Service cares for patients who are housebound and unable to travel to their GP practice. District nurses visit people in their own homes, aiming to avoid unnecessary admission to hospital.
The service is provided by a specialist team of nurses who are available to all patients with a bladder or bowel issue.
Helping people with diabetes to stay well.
Specialist support for housebound people at risk of malnutrition.
We are a specialist team, comprising of Nursing, Occupational Therapy and Physiotherapy, working in the community with people aged 65 years and over, who have had or are at risk of having a fall.
Newly diagnosed heart failure patients and patients with deteriorating symptoms of heart failure not responding to treatment. Provided by a specialist heart failure nurse.
A Learning Disability Specialist Nurse provides support to primary care services to meet the needs of people with learning disabilities in East Staffordshire.
We offer consultation, advice and treatment to quickly assess your problems with joints, soft tissue and muscles.
Our Occupational Therapy service aims to help people who have a disability as a result of an accident, illness or ageing to live safely and independently in their own home.
Our physiotherapy out-patients service provides holistic assessment and treatment for a range of painful joint, muscle and nerve problems.
The Podiatry Team provides diagnosis and treatment of feet and lower limb problems.
Rapid Response is a short term intervention service for people with an acute illness. The aim of team is to prevent patient’s admission to hospital and support discharge from hospital.
The Early Supported Discharge Community Stroke Team offers specialist stroke rehabilitation and nurse support for adults with a new diagnosis of stroke.