We offer a large number of acute and community based services. Please use this A-Z to locate the service you are looking for.
The Bereavement Care Services Team offers support to the relatives and friends of people who have died in hospital.
Blackburn Birth Centre
Blackburn Birth Centre is a free standing birth centre where women, who are not anticipating any problems, labour and give birth to their babies in a relaxed home from home environment.
Blackburn Urgent Care Centre
Blackburn Urgent Care centre provides treatment for any illnesses ...
Bladder & Bowel Service (formerly the Continence Service)
Specialist nursing assessment and treatment for bladder and bowel incontinence and related chronic conditions.
Bowel Cancer Screening
Information about bowel cancer screening provided at ELHT
Breast Care Nurse Specialists
The Breast Care Nursing Service aims to provide physical, psychological and social support for women who have, or fear they have breast cancer.
We aim to provide an efficient and high quality breast screening service to all the eligible women within our region whilst maintaining a high standard of quality of care. The NHS Breast Screening Programme is subject to monitoring by the Quality Assurance Reference Centre (QARC), also ensuring rigorous quality assurance standards are maintained.
We provide a full range of services for the investigation and treatment of breast problems.
We offer a range of breast surgery for benign and malignant conditions including a wide range of Breast Reconstruction options.
Breast Symptoms and Awareness
Breast awareness is about becoming familiar with your own breasts and how they change. It is important to know how your body normally looks and feels.
Burnley Birth Centre
Burnley Birth Centre is situated within Lancashire Women and Newborn unit opened in November 2010 and is an alongside birth centre which means it is alongside the Birth Suite where women with more complex pregnancies may choose to have their babies.
Burnley Urgent Care Centre
Burnley Urgent Care centre provides treatment for any illnesses or injuries which aren’t life threatening, but still need treating quickly such as
minor head injuries,
suspected broken bones, and fractures, sprains,
cuts and scrapes, bites, eye problems and rising temperatures.
There are more than 6,000 people in East Lancashire ...