Obstetric Anaesthesia and Analgesia (epidurals in childbirth and anaesthetic for Caesarean sections).
Nurse Specialists linked to a gastroenterology unit who are able to perform a wide range of bowel investigations
High Dependency Units can offer one-to-one care for women who need close monitoring when there are complications in pregnancy or childbirth
Specialist Nurses (epilepsy, multiple sclerosis) liaise with patients, consultants and GPs to help with any problems that may occur between outpatient appointments
Trained Nutritionists and Dieticians provide specialist advice on diet for hospital wards and outpatient clinics, forming part of a multidisciplinary team
Group education to patients with diabetes, heart disease and osteoarthritis, and work closely with weight management groups
Orthopaedic Trauma includes fractures and dislocations as well as musculoskeletal injuries to soft tissues
Rheumatologists are specialist doctors that run the unit and are experts in the field of musculoskeletal disorders (bones, joints, ligaments, tendons, muscles and nerves)