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Accident and emergency

This department (sometimes called Casualty) is where you're likely to be taken if you've called an ambulance in an emergency. It's also where you should come if you've had an accident, but can make your own way to hospital. These departments operate 24 hours a day, every day and are staffed and equipped to deal with all emergencies. Patients are assessed and seen in order of need, usually with a separate minor injuries area supported by nurses.

Anaesthetics

Doctors in this department give anaesthetic for operations. They are responsible for the provision of: acute pain services (pain relief after an operation) chronic pain services (pain relief in long-term conditions such as arthritis) critical care services (pain relief for those who have had a serious accident or trauma) obstetric anaesthesia and analgesia (epidurals in childbirth and anaesthetic for Caesarean sections).

Cardiology

Term watch Outpatient: short visit to hospital that lasts no more than a day. Inpatient: hospital visit that requires at least one night's stay on a ward. This department provides medical care to patients who have problems with their heart or circulation. It treats people on an inpatient and outpatient basis. Typical procedures performed include: electrocardiogram (ECG) and exercise tests to measure heart function echocardiograms (ultrasound scan of the heart) scans of the carotid artery in your neck to determine stroke risk 24-hour blood pressure tests insertion of pacemakers cardiac catheterisation (coronary angiography) to see if there are any blocks in your arteries.

Maternity departments

Women now have a choice of who leads their maternity care and where they give birth. Care can be led by a consultant, a GP or a midwife. Maternity wards provide antenatal care, care during childbirth and postnatal support. Antenatal clinics provide monitoring for both routine and complicated pregnancies. High-dependency units can offer one-to-one care for women who need close monitoring when there are complications in pregnancy or childbirth.

Neurology

This unit deals with disorders of the nervous system, including the brain and spinal cord. It's run by doctors who specialise in this area (neurologists) and their staff. There are also paediatric neurologists who treat children. Neurologists may also be involved in clinical research and clinical trials. Specialist nurses (epilepsy, multiple sclerosis) liaise with patients, consultants and GPs to help with any problems that may occur between outpatient appointments.

Nutrition and dietetics

Trained dieticians and nutritionists provide specialist advice on diet for hospital wards and outpatient clinics, forming part of a multidisciplinary team. The department works across a wide range of specialities such as: diabetes cancer kidney problems paediatrics elderly care surgery and critical care gastroenterology. They also provide group education to patients with diabetes, heart disease and osteoarthritis, and work closely with weight management groups.

Orthopaedics

Orthopaedic departments treat problems that affect your musculoskeletal system. That's your muscles, joints, bones, ligaments, tendons and nerves. The doctors and nurses who run this department deal with everything from setting bone fractures to carrying out surgery to correct problems such as torn ligaments and hip replacements. Orthopaedic trauma includes fractures and dislocations as well as musculoskeletal injuries to soft tissues.

Pharmacy

The hospital pharmacy is run by pharmacists, pharmacy technicians and attached staff. It's responsible for drug-based services in the hospital, including: the purchasing, supply and distribution of medication and pharmaceuticals inpatient and outpatient dispensing clinical and ward pharmacy the use of drugs. A pharmacy will provide a drug formulary for hospital doctors to use as a guide. It will also help supervise any clinical trial management and ward drug-use review.

Physiotherapy

Physiotherapists promote body healing, for example after surgery, through therapies such as exercise and manipulation. This means they assess, treat and advise patients with a wide range of medical conditions. They also provide health education to patients and staff on how to do things more easily. Their services are provided to patients on the wards, in the physiotherapy department itself and in rehabilitation units. Physiotherapists often work closely with orthopaedic teams.

Urology

The urology department is run by consultant urology surgeons and their surgical teams. It investigates all areas linked to kidney and bladder-based problems. The department performs: flexible cystoscopy bladder checks urodynamic studies (eg for incontinence) prostate assessments and biopsies shockwave lithotripsy to break up kidney stones.

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