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  • PaediatricsPaediatric services provide access to paediatric specialist doctors and nurses.These services are provided on all of our hospital sites - Northwick Park Hospital, Central Middlesex Hospital and Ealing Hospital.
  • Palliative carePalliative care is about achieving the best possible quality of life for people with non-curable illness and supporting those who care for them. It involves managing symptoms and offering support with social, emotional, psychological and spiritual needs.
  • PathologyThe pathology department provides a comprehensive service from Central Middlesex, Ealing, Northwick Park and St Mark's hospitals. The services, excluding genetics, are provided in collaboration with The Doctors Laboratory Ltd, which is the largest independent sector provider of clinical laboratory services in the UK.
  • PharmacyThe pharmacy department offers a comprehensive pharmaceutical service. The department is able to provide information on any new medications that are started, such as how they should be taken and any side-effects.
  • PhysiologyDiagnosis and treatment of patients with functional bowel disorders.
  • PhysiotherapyThe physiotherapy department helps with many aspects of function, independence, mobility and treatment of musculoskeletal conditions.
  • Podiatry (foot health) - Brent community servicesTreats a range of podiatry (foot health) conditions from in-growing toe nails to foot ulcers.
  • Podiatry (foot health) - Ealing community servicesThe podiatry service treats a range of conditions affecting the feet
  • Private patientsTRUSTPLUS, is the private patients unit for St Mark's, Northwick Park and Central Middlesex Hospitals. Excellence is about providing exceptional standards in private healthcare. It's about safe, superior medical care, state-of-the-art equipment, outstanding customer service and private patient facilities.
  • Psychiatry - Central Middlesex and Northwick Park Liaison ServiceLiaison psychiatry bridges the gap between physical and mental healthcare. Our services provide mental healthcare to people being treated for physical illness in general hospitals, whether they attend out-patient clinics, are admitted to inpatient wards or present to the A&E department.
  • Psychiatry - Ealing Liaison ServiceEaling liaison psychiatry service provides care to people who are inpatients in Ealing Hospital or visitors to the urgent care centre or emergency department. The liaison psychiatry service is a team of mental health professionals who have specific expertise in helping people who harm themselves or who may have mental health problems.