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Airedale Specialist Continence Service

What does it do?
We are a community based service led by a continence nurse specialist working in partnership with women’s health physiotherapists, consultants, colo-rectal and urology nurse specialist, GP’s and community nurses.

Who is it for?

The service provides assessment for individuals with bladder/bowel problems and incontinence. Referrals are accepted from GPs and community nurses. Individuals can also refer themselves directly by contacting the telephone number below.
Clinics are held at both Skipton General Hospital and Settle Health Centre. Patients in their own homes who are not mobile will be seen by district nurses in the first instance. A similar Service is provided to patients living in the Airedale and Wharfedale areas by the Bradford Continence Service Tel: 01274 221167

How do I access this provision?

Clinics are held at both Skipton General Hospital and Settle Health Centre. Patients in their own homes who are not mobile will be seen by district nurses in the first instance. A similar service is provided to patients living in the Airedale and Wharfedale areas by the Bradford continence service tel: 01274 322669.

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