For the General Public
This site has been designed to allow you to keep up to date with medical developments, learn about medical conditions and to provide contact details for surgeons who may be able to help you.
If you wish to compare Independent Information about the quality of private treatment offered at Private Healthcare Providers try Private Healthcare Information Network website (PHIN).
If you want information about a medical condition, click on the relevant icon under the Medical Condition icon at the top of this page.
As we are living in a rapidly changing technological world, to see some of the latest technological advances then click on the New Technology icon at the top of the page.
Colorectal Surgeons specialise in bleeding and pain from the back passage, constipation and diarrhoea, cancer, diverticular problems, haemorrhoids and fistulae.
General Surgeons specialise in conditions such as gallstones and gallbladder problems, hernias, etc.
Orthopaedic Surgeons specialise in bone and joint surgery.
Urological Surgeons specialise in conditions affecting the kidney, bladder, prostate, ureter, testes and penis.
For contact details of Hospitals that Healthcare Professionals work at, go to the Hospitals icon. This will then list Hospitals available, then click on the hospital required.
If there is something that you cannot find that you would like to see on this site then please contact us and let us know. If suitable we shall add it.
For Healthcare Professionals
If you are looking for websites suitable for Health care Professionals, then Click on the Medical condition icon at the top of this page.
If you are aware of any additional websites that would be of value to Healthcare Professionals, or if you would like to join the website then please contact us and let us know.
This site is for all students to contribute to. Embarking upon a new career and sometimes moving to a new country can be a daunting, yet exciting process.
There is a section on apprenticeships as well as details for those attending Queen's Hospital.
If there is something that you have found useful that you wish others to know about or there is something that you would like to see on this site then please contact us and let us know. If suitable we shall add it.
When you leave the armed forces, your healthcare becomes the responsibility of the NHS. Some Trusts are now part of a Veterans Covenant.
Please register with a NHS GP and tell them that you served in the armed forces. This will help your GP ensure that you are referred, where appropriate, to dedicated services for ex-forces. These include services for both physical and mental health.
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