Osprey Outpatients Department

Osprey Unit is a busy outpatient area providing services for a variety of specialities:

Both Haematology and Oncology services use our Day Therapy Centre and Coate Water for patients require daily treatments.

The Day Therapy Centre provides a supportive, welcoming environment for patients requiring chemotherapy.

All Outpatient clinics are staffed with Trained and or NVQ level 2/3 nurses. 

All Outpatient Nurses are knowledgeable and approachable and will support you if required during your consultation and help with any questions you may have.

What to expect

When you arrive at Osprey you will be greeted by our friendly clerical staff, who will book you into the appropriate Outpatient clinic.

You will asked to take a seat in our pleasant waiting area until you are called by the Clinic Nurses.

Our experienced nurses may take some assessments prior to your consultation, including blood pressure, weight, and body mass index.

This will generally take place when you referred for your first consultation.

You may be given a procedure or longer term medication within another area within Osprey, depending on your condition.

Some patients will also have appointments with our Specialist Nurses.

Further information

Visit our Outpatients section to find out more about what to expect as an outpatient.
 

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