This leaflet provides guidance on what to expect when you are referred by your GP to see a Specialist (or therapist).
Please read this information carefully, it may save you an unnecessary trip to the Surgery by talking this process through with your Specialist.
Introduced back in 2015 a drug driving law came into force within and England and Wales.
If you are taking your medicine as directed and your driving is not impaired, then you are not breaking the law.
It will remain an offence to drive while your ability is impaired by drugs and, if in doubt, you should not drive.
To find out more ask your doctor or a member of the pharmacy team.
For further information see Drugs and driving: the law on gov.uk
Children need to be supervised in and around water constantly. Being in an environment where there are lots of adults or other children present, or adults are under the influence of drugs/alcohol can create a false sense of security when, in fact, children are at risk of not being supervised at all.
It is a 'person centred' approach that uses signposting and information to help our patients move through the health and social care system as smoothly and as quickly as possible in order to ensure that their unmet needs are met.
Since 2019 senior NHS doctors have had the opportunity to receive specialist training and spend some of their time working as Medical Examiners at the Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust. Alongside other specially trained staff, their job is to give independent advice into causes of deaths, except for deaths which have to be reviewed by a Coroner.
To find out more please read this Medical Examiner Service Leaflet.
Work Routes is a Department of Work and pensions programme designed to help unemployed and economically inactive people to enter, progress in and sustain employment.
Advanced Personnel Management (APM) will help people to overcome multiple barriers to work through a flexible and personalised package of support. APM will be pleased to work directly with local businesses to create bespoke opportunities for all those referred to this provision.
Aged Veterans Counselling provide free counselling to anyone over 65 who has served in the UK armed forces. All UK forces qualify, including National Service and Reservists.
Families and Carers, who are affected by caring responsibilities, can also access free counselling.