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Adult Service: 01274 322171 - Children Service: 01


Children’s Continence Service, St Luke’s Hospital, Bradford, BD5 0NA

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Bradford Continence Service

What does it do?
•    The service offers support to young children and young people in their daily bowel and bladder management . •    Continence clinics for children/young people with complex bladder and bowel problems at various locations within the Bradford & Airedale District, in schools or at home if felt appropriate. Joint work is undertaken with a variety of health and social care professionals. •    Education and training for all health and social care staff who support children / young people with continence care. •    Resource and information on all continence related issues •    Management of the delivery of products to client’s homes.

Who is it for?
•    Any child/ young person (0-19 years) still in education. •    Children with a Bradford and Airedale G.P. with exclusions in Airedale

By referral from your Consultant, G.P., Health Visitor, Social Worker, School Nurse, Nurse Specialists and other professionals

Contact the continence service direct.

Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Patient Experience Service

Telephone: 01274 364810
Email: patient.experience

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Tel: 01274 228314 or Email:

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