Services List

Services List

Services List

We deliver approximately 60 free NHS services. We work in partnership with commissioners, local people,  health professionals, charities and voluntary groups, to ensure that our services meet the local needs of the community we serve.  To find the service you need, put a word or phrase into the search box below or browse the A to Z listing.

GPs are able to refer patients to the Acute Visiting Service (AVS) when they believe that delaying an urgent home visit might result in the patient going to A&E, calling 999 or being admitted to hospital.

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This service provides assessment, rehabilitation and therapies for patients aged 18 and over who have communication and swallowing disorders.

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Dedicated part of the Breastfeeding Peer Support Service designed to help businesses make their premises friendly to breastfeeding mums, this includes documents and guides.

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This service aims to support children and young people with behavioural emotional, or mental health needs, and their parents/carers.

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The service delivers one to one support services from peer supporters via a combination of face to face contact and telephone, text and social media support.

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The aim of the Care Co-ordination Team is to ensure that people's needs are correctly assessed and appropriately met when they move from acute care to community care.

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This service co-ordinates care for local people and delivers early intervention and treatment by identifying people who are at risk of loss of independence and admission, or readmission, to acute hospital care and co-ordinates the appropriate care and support to patients families.

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This service provides a dedicated nursing service to patients registered with a Nottingham City GP who live in a residential care home.

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Provides a timely, efficient, and tailored prescribing service for patients who use continence products through a centralised prescribing model across Nottinghamshire.

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This is the service that manages the electronic Child Health Information System for children aged 0-19 years. The information, collated and reported, helps with the smooth and efficient delivery of health and social care for children and young people.

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This service exists to organise and review support for children and young people with complex needs and to ensure that care for children who may be approaching end of life is well planned and that appropriate care packages are commissioned.

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This service aims to treat the symptoms of pain with sessions of acupuncture. This service is suitable for people with acute (short-term) pain or chronic (long-term) pain, particularly when painkillers have not been effective.

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Provides specialist short term care and rehabilitation support, including nursing and therapy in the community, to help people to recover from an acute illness and to regain their independence.

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The aim of this service is to improve the diagnosis, management and treatment of adults with malnutrition in the community across Nottingham City.

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This service aims to support people who are housebound and have immediate or long term health needs during evenings and nights that cannot wait until normal working hours.

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This service provides specialist workers to support people with Huntington’s Disease and their carers to manage their condition and to live as independently as possible. Specialist rehabilitation and support is provided for people with long term neurological conditions.

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The service provides care for individuals, their carers and their families from the time someone is diagnosed with cancer, and works closely with other professionals to empower those affected to enhance quality of life.

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The service aims to provide specialist workers to support people with a long term neurological condition and their carers to manage their condition and to live as independently as possible.

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The service works across Nottingham and encompasses a clinical dietetic service, the promotion of good nutrition for both adults and children and the provision of training and specialist support for health professionals.

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The service delivers high quality, therapy-led, community-based specialist rehabilitation for people who have suffered a stroke allowing early supported discharge from acute care and the provision of longer term rehabilitation to maximise the opportunities for care at home.

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The service exists to help adults and children over the age of three who have bladder or bowel problems. It also aims to provide education, advice, support and clinical practice development in continence for carers and healthcare professionals within the wider health community.

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This service assesses patients who have been identified as likely to be eligible for continuing healthcare, or who are placed in a nursing home and are eligible for receipt of funded nursing care.

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It ensures that there is awareness of DOLS amongst health and social care professionals in Nottingham and responds to queries from health and social care professionals, and members of the public, relating to DOLS and the Mental Capacity Act.

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The End of Life Service provides support and continuity of care in the community for people approaching the end of their lives and their carers/relatives.

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Reduces the numbers of falls, and injuries caused by falls, in older people through services including specialist physiotherapy, occupational therapy and nursing assessment and to improve bone health and prevent fractures.

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This is a service jointly provided by CityCare and the East Midlands Ambulance Service (EMAS) with the objective to reduce the number of falls transported to A&E.

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The primary aim of the service is to improve the health and wellbeing of children born to young, vulnerable first time mothers.

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The over-arching aims of this service is to protect and promote the health and wellbeing of children from birth to five years old.

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This service will support the assessment, management and review of patients requiring home oxygen. The service includes Long Term Oxygen Therapy (LTOT) and Ambulatory Oxygen.

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This service co-ordinates, supplies and installs home safety equipment to families who are referred into the service. It exists to ensure that families who have home safety equipment installed receive appropriate education regarding home safety.

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The aim of the Homeless Health Service is to address the specific healthcare needs and improve the health and social care of local homeless people by providing them with access to appropriate community nursing services.

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This service exists to support and help patients following their discharge from hospital after an emergency admission, with the objective of preventing readmission and enabling the person to stay independently living in their own home for as long as possible.

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This service offers specialist advice and support relating to infection prevention and control. It aims to ensure that patients with an infection receive seamless care when being transferred from one organisation to another.

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This service cares for patients who have a suspected or confirmed diagnosis of respiratory disease, including Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD), asthma and bronchiectasis and other confirmed chronic respiratory illness such as pulmonary fibrosis.

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The aim of the service is to provide equity of access to health services for patients whose first language is not English by improving communication and reducing the need to rely on family members and friends for interpreting

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This service aims to support and promote the understanding of specific Learning Disability health issues in all Primary Care services.

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The aim of the Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy Service is to provide professional assessment and management of problems affecting the bones, muscles and joints.

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The aim of this service is to provide an integrated diabetes service in the community for adults with type 1 and complex type 2 diabetes.

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The Neighbourhood Team is responsible for providing nursing and rehabilitation support to adults who require care in their own homes due to long term chronic disease or as a result of an acute episode of ill health.

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The New Leaf Stop Smoking Service aims to improve people's health now and in the future by supporting smokers who want to give up smoking.

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The aims of this service are to reduce obesity in adults and children through family-based education and to reduce the risk of long term conditions through dietary and lifestyle advice.

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This service provides medicines training to staff working in care establishments in order to improve standards, safety and governance associated with medicines and to reduce the risks and harms associated with medicines for patients and residents in these settings.

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This service provides expert pharmaceutical advice to patients with long term conditions, and their carers where appropriate, to enable safer self-management of medicines and for patients to get the best from their medicines.

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The objectives of this service are to ensure the delivery of a high quality learning and development programme for primary care staff and ensure that all practices are aware of the learning opportunities available to them.

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This service supports patients who have had heart surgery or been diagnosed with left ventricular systolic dysfunction, IHD, Acute Coronary Syndrome, TIA, mini stroke, Diagnosed stable angina or are at high risk of CVD.

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The Community Public Health Nursing Service (5-19) works alongside a variety of professionals to promote and maintain good health for all 5-19 year olds in Nottingham.

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The Health Improvement Co-ordination (Healthy Weight) Service aims to help and support children and families to achieve and maintain healthy weight in school age children throughout the city of Nottingham in partnership with the School Nursing Service

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The service focuses on issues such as mental and emotional health and wellbeing, healthy weight, smoking, drugs and alcohol and avoidable injury prevention.

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The Nutrition team promote healthy eating and good nutrition through delivery of practical and interactive courses that show people how easy and inexpensive it can be to eat well.

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This is an integrated health and social care service that provides short term, intensive support when a patient is discharged from hospital.

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CityCare recognises that safeguarding vulnerable adults is everyone’s business, and has internal specialists to support staff.

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The Safeguarding Children Team aims to ensure that Community Health Teams and Primary Care Teams are equipped and supported to fulfil their statutory duties to safeguard and promote the welfare of children and the unborn in all areas of service provision.

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This service provides immunisation programmes against HPV, Teenage Booster and Men C.

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The aim of this service is to deliver standardised, structured group education for adults with Type 2 diabetes in line with NICE guidance, otherwise known as JUGGLE.

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This service aims to provide health checks on patients that are housebound and improve their care by identifying potential health problems through general health checks in the patient’s home.

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This service works on developing approaches and responses to incidents of domestic violence and abuse (DVA).

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This service provides specialist wound care advice and therapies for patients with healing problems and advice to any carers or staff members.

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This service provides a multi-clinical health and social care short term (48 hour) response to avoid admissions to hospitals or care homes.

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This service provides a multi-clinical health and social care short term (48 hour) response to avoid admissions to hospitals or care homes.

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This is a walk-in service, open between 7am and 9pm, 365 days a year, with no appointment needed. You can call 0115 883 8500 for directions or current waiting times. Healthcare advice cannot be given out over the telephone.

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The primary aim of the YOT Nursing Service (YOTNS) is to reduce health inequalities and improve health outcomes for children and young people who are under the supervision of the Nottingham City Youth Offending Team.

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