Help and support during your stay or visit
We understand that you may need some extra help from time-to-time, which is why we offer a range of help and support for people who need it.
We can offer help for...
Coming to hospital can be a little bit worrying, and that’s ok. Lots of people feel the same way. If you have a learning disability or autism, Chloe can help.
Very sadly, bereavement is a normal life experience. Working through the pain of loss and coming to terms with the death of a loved one are very important, and can affect our future health, both mental and physical.
- Usually, the person who has referred you will tell us about your language needs. If you’re not sure if an interpreter has been booked for you, give us a call. The number is on your appointment letter.
- Wearing a rainbow badge is a way for us to show that this is an open, non-judgemental, and inclusive place for people who identify as LGBT+.
- If you have any questions about the medication we’ve prescribed you, you can search for them on nhs.uk, or you can ask our pharmacists.
- If you meet certain criteria, you may be eligible for either patient transport or help towards your travel costs.
- We’re here for everyone. You could be a patient, a family member or a friend. You could have a faith, or no faith. We listen in confidence and offer support that aligns with your beliefs.
- Our mental wellbeing is an important part of our overall health. It’s what helps us not only cope with life and its challenges, but also do well and feel good about ourselves and the world around us.