Our team of specialist nurses are trained and experienced in the management and treatment of Hepatitis C.
The team plays a key role in supporting patients through treatment across primary and secondary care, as well as in the local prisons.
The nurses support consultant Hepatitis C clinics, run nurse-led clinics in Doncaster Royal Infirmary and prisons, work in the community with drug and alcohol services, run community clinics across the borough and offer a telephone support service. They also offer adhoc home visits as required.
The aims of our team are:
- To support patients with newly diagnosed Hepatitis C to understand their condition and what it means to them.
- To educate people about liver disease and how their lifestyle can impact on this and how they can improve it.
- To enable all patients diagnosed with Hepatitis C to access treatment.
- To be a resource for educating all.
The team can help you by:
- Listening to any problems and answering questions on Hepatitis C.
- Liaising with other services or disciplines to ensure a high quality holistic approach is provided.
- Educating people with Hepatitis C and others involved in their care to have a better understanding of their condition.
- Providing side effect management when the patient is receiving treatment, with support via telephone support and /or medication prescribing.
- Taking blood from those with poor venous access prior and during treatment to enable monitoring to take place.
Any adult with a positive Hepatitis C diagnosis can be referred to the service by anyone involved in their care. We also accept self referrals.
Telephone 01302 379527
Opening hours: The team operate Monday to Friday between 9am and 5pm.
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