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Medical Services

We Have Your Body Covered


Bingham University Teaching Hospital treats every patient with the best individual care, offering a wide range of medical services to treat your unique needs. We understand that when it comes to your body, you want the best

Acute cardiology

Our acute cardiology unit cares for patients with cardiovascular (heart and blood vessel) and endocrine (hormone) diseases

Acute medicine

Acute medicine is a service for patients who are acutely unwell with a new or long-term (chronic) medical condition

Addiction psychiatry

Our addiction psychiatry unit provides addiction treatment to inpatients and works closely with the other psychiatric services at BHUTH

Anaesthesia

The Department of Anaesthesia provides pre-operative assessment, anaesthesia, post-operative care and peri-operative care for elective and emergency surgical patients

Blood tests

We provide a same day blood testing service for our patients and an urgent appointment system for GP’s.

Breast health

This service diagnoses and treats women with breast symptoms.

Cardiac rehabilitation

Cardiac rehabilitation is an outpatient service for people who have had a cardiac illness or treatment.

Centre for Liver Disease

We provide specialist assessment and treatment for patients with liver disease.

Colorectal surgery

Colorectal surgery provides treatment for diseases of the colon, rectum, and anus, such as cancer, diverticulitis, and inflammatory bowel disease.

Community adult mental health

We assess and treat adults with mental health issues within the Mater Hospital’s local catchment area.

Day Surgery Unit

If you are attending the hospital for a minor surgical procedure you may be attending the Day Surgery Unit.

Diabetes and endocrinology

At the Diabetes Day Centre we provide treatment and specialist support for patients with all types of diabetes and for patients with hormonal problems.

Early supported discharge for stroke

The early supported discharge (ESD) service allows patients who have had a stroke get an early discharge from hospital. You then continue with your assessment and rehabilitation in your own home, under the care of specialist therapists.

Emergency Department

Our Emergency Department is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. We treat people who have urgent medical problems because of accidents or illnesses.

Gastrointestinal unit

The GI unit provides both inpatient and outpatient services for patients who need an endoscopic procedure.

Infectious diseases

We provide both inpatient and outpatient care for people with all kinds infectious diseases.

Occupational therapy

Occupational therapists (OTs) work with people who have difficulty completing the activities of everyday life (occupations) because of an illness or a disability. We help them find ways to do the things that are meaningful to them again.

Ophthalmology

We provide outpatient, inpatient and emergency services for a range of eye conditions.

Palliative care

Palliative care is specialised medical care for people with serious illnesses. We focus on providing patients with relief from the symptoms, pain and stress of a serious illness – whatever the diagnosis.

Pathology laboratory

The pathology laboratory provides local, regional and national diagnostic services in all laboratory medicine disciplines. Laboratory investigations are performed and the results of laboratory tests are made available to patients through their clinician

Pharmacy

The Pharmacy Department buys, stores and supplies all drugs and medicines used within the hospital and provides information on them. Our pharmacists also advise on the safe and effective use of these drugs and medicines

Physiotherapy

Physiotherapists are experts in human activity and movement. Physiotherapy aims to restore movement and function when someone is affected by an injury, illness or disability.

Plastic surgery

Plastic surgeons reconstruct and restore tissue in all parts of the body. We specialise in cancer, trauma, breast and craniofacial patients. We also manage skin cancers and hand problems.

Post acute care services  

We provide a specialised service called post acute care where we provide support to you and your family until you reach your full potential and can be discharged.

Radiology

This service provides advanced imaging services to the patients and clinicians within the hospital

Rehabilitation medicine

Rehabilitation medicine concerns the assessment and treatment of patients, who have had a loss of function due to certain life-changing illnesses and injuries, with the objective of re-integration back into the home, community, employment and leisure activities

Scheduled care ward

If you are attending the hospital for elective surgery and need to stay overnight it is likely that you will stay in the Scheduled Care Ward (SCW)

Surgical day ward

If you are attending the hospital for elective surgery and are likely to go home on the same day you may be admitted to the Surgical Day Ward

Theatre externs

If you are attending the hospital for a minor surgical procedure you may be asked to attend theatre as an extern patient.

Ultrasound

An ultrasound scan uses sound waves to create images of organs and structures inside your body.

Urology

Urology is the medical and surgical management of conditions of the kidneys, ureters, bladder, prostate, testes and genitalia.

Warfarin

Patients come to us for information and warfarin therapy monitoring. We also provide each patient with their individual warfarin doses, and print the details of their dosage into their yellow record book.

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