We provide an appointment-led community phlebotomy service for patients aged 14 years and above.
Community Cardiac Team
The aim of the service is to provide care and support to patients with cardiac conditions, predominantly heart failure, especially following a recent hospital admission, a new diagnosis or recent intervention.
Community Emergency Response
We provide short-term rehabilitation. Care will be delivered either in the patient’s own home or in a community bed based facility according to need.
We provide clinical assessment, patient education and support to enable people to manage their long term conditions and prevent avoidable hospital admissions.
Community Neurological Rehabilitation
The Community Neurological Rehabilitation Team aims to help people regain skills and promote their functional independence on discharge from hospital following an acute stroke or brain injury, and for acute management of long-term neurological conditions.
The service is provided by a specialist team of nurses who are available to all patients with a bladder or bowel issue.
The diabetes nursing service consists of a group of diabetes specialist nurses and diabetes nurse educators who have had extra experience and training in the management of all types of diabetes.
The District Nursing Team specialise in addressing the needs of patients in the community and are experienced in delivering care in a home setting and from treatment centres at GP surgeries.
The Community Rehabilitation team consists of highly qualified and experienced Physiotherapists and Occupational Therapists.
The Falls Prevention Service offers assessment to people over 65 in their own home if they have fallen or are fearful of falling.
Nutrition and Dietetics
Registered dietitians use scientific research on nutrition, health and disease to provide practical advice to help people make appropriate food choices.
Welcome to the podiatry department, which delivers high quality assessment and treatment of the foot.
Skelmersdale Walk-in Centre
We can help people with busy lifestyles that need access to flexible and convenient health services and may have difficulty accessing a convenient appointment at their registered practice.
Speech and Language Therapy
Adult Speech and Language Therapy Services provide assessment, therapy, advice, information and support for adults and their families or carers, who have difficulties with communication (speech, language or voice) and/or swallowing.
West Lancashire Urgent Care Centre (Ormskirk Walk-in Centre)
West Lancashire Urgent Care Centre at Ormskirk Hospital is open every day of the year including public holidays, for people needing urgent help with minor illnesses or injuries.