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Patient health records

Page | Last updated 4 months ago

Everyone working at the hospital has a duty to keep information about you confidential. We need to keep records about your health and any treatment you receive. This information is used to make sure:


    • that we provide you with the best care possible
    • those involved in your care have accurate information about you
    • full information about you is available should you need to see another doctor or be referred to a spe...

http://www.bradfordhospitals.nhs.uk/patients/your-patient-health-record

New £3m research centre moves step closer

News | Last updated 4 months ago



A new Yorkshire centre which will improve the health and wellbeing of children and the elderly, as well as the safety of patients in hospitals and clinics, has taken another step forward with the submission of building plans for approval.

The Wolfson Centre for Applied Healthcare, to be established at Bradford Royal Infirmary, brings together clinicians from Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust with researchers from the universities...

http://www.bradfordhospitals.nhs.uk/new-3m-research-centre-moves-step-closer

Orthotics - About Us

Service | Last updated 4 months ago

The Orthotics department is based at:

Horton Wing, Level 0
St Lukes Hospital,
Little Horton Lane,
BD5 0NA,


What is an Orthosis and who is an Orthotist ?

An Orthosis is a device placed across a joint (usually) to control, stabilise or influence the joint in some way. However no joint of the body works in isolation so an in depth consideration is given to the effects an orthosis has on the entire biomechanical structure.

An Orthot...

http://www.bradfordhospitals.nhs.uk/orthotics

About us

Block | Last updated 4 months ago

Welcome to the Stroke Unit homepage. 

The Stroke Unit is based on ward 6 at Bradford Royal Infirmary. It is a 35-bed ward for stroke and neurology patients which comprises six hyper-acute stroke (HASU) beds and 29 beds used for acute stroke (ASU), stroke rehabilitation and neurology.

The Stroke Unit aims to take all suspected stroke patients (via the HASU beds) aged over 18 from the Bradford and Airedale areas as soon as possible, usually directly from the Accident and Emerg...

http://www.bradfordhospitals.nhs.uk/about-us-3576

About us

Page | Last updated 4 months ago




Welcome to the Stroke Unit homepage.

The Stroke Unit is based on ward 6 at Bradford Royal Infirmary. It is a 35-bed ward for stroke and neurology patients which comprises six hyper-acute stroke (HASU) beds and 29 beds used for acute stroke (ASU), stroke rehabilitation and neurology.

The Stroke Unit aims to take all suspected stroke patients (via the HASU beds) aged over 18 from the Bradford and Airedale areas as soon as possible, usually directly from the Acciden...

http://www.bradfordhospitals.nhs.uk/about-us-3575

Contact us

Page | Last updated 4 months ago

For more information about our services or to discover what we can offer you, please contact:




Radiation Physics Service
D Block
St Luke's Hospital
Little Horton Lane
Bradford
BD5 0NA

Tel: 01274 383796
Email: rpa@bthft.nhs.uk








http://www.bradfordhospitals.nhs.uk/radiation-protection-service/contact-us

Make a difference - become a governor

News | Last updated 4 months ago
Bradford Teaching Hospitals is seeking public governors to sit on the Foundation Trust’s Council.

This is an exciting opportunity to represent the interests of Foundation Trust members and partner organisations from the local community.

Three seats are up for grabs in the public constituencies of Bradford West, Bradford South and our new public membership constituency the ‘rest of England and Wales’ for people with an interest in our hospitals who live outside the distri...

http://www.bradfordhospitals.nhs.uk/would-you-like-to-make-a-difference-by-becoming-a-governor

Bereaved Carers Survey

Page | Last updated 4 months ago

We would like to invite you to tell us about your recent experience as the relative, carer or friend of a person who has died in our care. We would like to know how well we looked after your relative /friend at the time of their death and the time leading up to this.

We know this might be a very difficult time for you. If you find it too upsetting please don’t feel you have to fill this survey in. If there are questions you don’t want to answer you can leave them out. If you would ...

http://www.bradfordhospitals.nhs.uk/patients/patient-experience-and-engagement-improvement/bereaved-carers-survey

Tinnitus services

Page | Last updated 4 months ago
The Tinnitus Service at Bradford Royal Infirmary provides information, counselling and advice about tinnitus and the strategies available that can be used to manage tinnitus to make it less intrusive.

What is tinnitus?
Tinnitus is a sound that is heard in either one or both ears or in the head, with no external cause.

What causes tinnitus?
There are many different causes of tinnitus. It can be linked to exposure to loud noise, hearing loss, injuries to the ear or head, ...

http://www.bradfordhospitals.nhs.uk/audiology-1151/adult-audiology-services/tinnitus-services

Adult Audiology Services

Page | Last updated 4 months ago

The department offers a full range of audiology services to help patients with hearing difficulties.




How to access our Service

Patients who suspect they may have a hearing problem should consult their family doctor. Patients aged over 18 can be referred directly to the department for hearing assessment and, if appropriate, aid provision from their GP. Those under 18 can access children's hearing services via their GP or other health professionals.

What we ...

http://www.bradfordhospitals.nhs.uk/audiology-1151/adult-audiology-services