Wolverhampton Community Phlebotomy Timetable
You can find the most up-to-date timetable on the Royal Wolverhampton NHS website at the link below:
We are a clinically-led organisation comprising 49 member GP practices within the city. This means that local family doctors can use all their experience of the needs and wishes of local patients to make decisions about local health services.
The Continence Care Service
The number is 01902 444503 - It’s a message taking service the caller will not get through to a call handler. If they request a call back they will be called back with 48 working hours. People can also email Rwhemail@example.com.
SEND - Health services
A selection of links to detailed information about health services within Wolverhampton available for children and young people aged 0-25 who have special educational needs and/or disabilities.
Wolverhampton Care Homes
The City of Wolverhampton Council keep a list of residential care and nursing homes in Wolverhampton. As well as this they provide details on:
- What your options are?
- A list of care and nursing homes
- Getting an assessment
- Inspection reports
Wolverhampton Care Homes
The City of Wolverhampton Council website provides residents information on:
- Adult social care
- Jobs & careers
- Education & schools
- Recycling, rubbish & waste
- Council tax
- And much more
NHS Choices is the UK's biggest health website.
Get insights into the factors that influence visits to NHS Choices provided by the NHS Choices reporting team.
Find what policies and processes govern NHS Choices, including the Information Standard certification.
NHS Choices offers a wide range of resources that can support health and care professional in their work with patients and clients.
Health & Well Being Board
The Health and Wellbeing Board is a partnership of health and care organisations who work together to improve the health and wellbeing of the local community and reduce health inequalities.
Carer Support Team
The Carer Support Team offers a range of support for carers of adults living in Wolverhampton.
A carer is anyone who provides support for a relative, friend or neighbour without payment. The person that you look after may have a mental health need, learning disability, physical and sensory disability or may be an older, vulnerable person.
Wolverhampton Information Network
Information and support for:
Adults and those that are caring for them.
Families with children and young people aged 0-19.
Children & young people with special educational needs and disabilities aged 0-25.
The Care Quality Commission
We're the independent health and adult social care regulator.
Our job is to make sure health and social care services provide people with safe, effective, compassionate, high-quality care and we encourage them to improve.
Black Country Partnership
We are a major provider of mental health, learning disability and community healthcare services for people of all ages in the Black Country.
This site is for everyone concerned about the well-being and safety of children & young people, and / or adults with care and support needs in Wolverhampton.
Those that can access safeguarding support:
- a child / young person
- an adult with care and support needs
- a parent / carer
- a family friend or neighbour, or
- someone who works with any of the above people
MASH - Multi-Agency Safeguarding Hub
MASH brings together agencies across the city to assess and respond to safeguarding issues involving children and young people and acts as a central, single point for early help and safeguarding referrals.
The MASH enables these agencies to carry out timely, joint assessments and agree the most appropriate course of action for the individuals and families concerned.
WCC Health Scrutiny
The overview and scrutiny of all health related issues, including liaison with NHS Trusts, Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs), Health and Wellbeing Board and HealthWatch.
Healthwatch England is the national consumer champion in health and care. We have significant statutory powers to ensure the voice of the consumer is strengthened and heard by those who commission, deliver and regulate health and care services.
Age UK Wolverhampton shares the vision of Age UK, of a world in which older people can flourish. We support all people over the age of 50, both active and frail, irrespective of race, ethnic origin, gender or religion living within the City of Wolverhampton.
Sickle Cell &Thalassaemia Support Project (SCTSP)
Increase awareness by developing a comprehensive education and training programme for community groups, carers and health professionals.
Promote support, advice and co-ordination of care to individuals and families where there is a major haemoglobin disorder.
Act as a specialist resource for other professionals and communities at risk.
Work closely with the Local/Healthy Authority departments and the voluntary sector to develop a coordinated service.
Whilst relaying your problems to another individual has been a basic human remedial response for centuries, talking therapies only started to be considered as serious 'therapeutic' interventions at the beginning of the 20th century.