Outpatient services

Community based clinics

Clinics are led by consultant physicians for older people. They are typically for individuals over the age of fifty five with Parkinson’s disease and other movement disorders.

Through many of these clinics there is access to other local services including: 

  • Parkinson’s disease specialist nurse
  • Physiotherapy
  • Occupational therapy
  • Speech and language therapy
  • Dieticians and social services.

Southampton

Wessex Neurological Centre at Southampton General Hospital

New patients with suspected Parkinson's disease can be referred to any of the general neurology clinics for diagnosis and management. In addition, specialist neurology movement disorder clinics are held on Friday mornings at the Wessex Neurological Centre by Dr Gibb on a weekly basis and by Dr Manson on a monthly basis.

Elderly care consultant clinics in Southampton
 Consultant Clinic location Clinic dateTelephone number 
Dr J Adams Southampton General Hospital
Tremona Road
Southampton
SO16 6YD
Friday afternoons 023 8077 7222
Dr Gayle Strike Adelaide Health Centre
William Macloed Way
Millbrook
Southampton
SO16 4XE
Second and third Tuesday of each month 023 8077 7502
Dr Helen Roberts Bitterne Park Health Centre
Thorold Road
Southampton
SO18 1HZ
First and fourth Thursday mornings of each month 023 8067 6809
Dr Helen Roberts Southampton General Hospital
Tremona Road
Southampton
SO16 6YD
Third Monday morning of each month 023 8077 7222
Dr J Sparkes Domiciliary visits When needed  
Dr G Strike Southampton General Hospital
Tremona Road
Southampton
SO16 6YD
Friday afternoons 023 8077 7222

Hampshire

Neurology clinics in the Hampshire region

Dr Frankel and Dr Manson run a monthly specialist Parkinson's disease clinic at St Mary's Hospital, Isle of Wight. Dr Gibb, Dr Manson and Dr Frankel also see patients in: Portsmouth, Winchester and Lymington respectively. 

Elderly care consultant clinics in Hampshire
 Consultant Clinic location Clinic dateTelephone number
Dr J Adams Hythe Hospital
Beaulieu Road
Southampton
SO45 4ZB
Wednesday afternoons 023 8084 6046
Dr Helen Roberts Romsey Hospital
Winchester Hill
Romsey
SO51 7ZA
Second and third Wednesday mornings of the month 01794 834700
Dr G Turner 
In conjunction with
Dr J Frankel
Lymington Hospital
Wellworthy Road
Lymington
SO41 8QD
Second and fourth Friday mornings of the month   01590 663000

Parkinson’s disease specialist nurses

Parkinson’s disease specialist nurses play an important role in the management of movement disorders. They provide information, support and expertise and are a valuable link between individuals and their medical team.

Parkinson's disease specialist nurse contact details
Specialist nurse Location Contact details
Julie Wright

Southampton City

Central Community Independence Service, A Level, Royal South Hants Hospital, Brintons Terrace, Southampton
SO14 0YG

julie.wright22@nhs.net

023 8082 5240

Tracy McElwaine

Winchester, Romsey and Eastleigh southern parishes

Brinton Lodge,  Royal Hampshire County Hospital, Romsey Rd, Winchester
SO22 5DG

ParkinsonsAdminRHCH@hhft.nhs.uk

01962 824158

Michele Barras

New Forest

Lymington New Forest Hospital, Deerleap Ward, 
Ampress Park
Wellworthy Road
Lymington
Hampshire
SO41 8QD

Michele.barras@nhs.net

023 8028 6403

Sandra Jury

Portsmouth City

The Turner Centre St. James Hospital Portsmouth
PO3 5TE

sandra.jury@nhs.net

023 9268 3450

Chris Gorman and Amber Lockwood

Fareham, East Hampshire and Hayling Island

2 Oaklands, Aerodrome Rd Gosport
PO13 0GY

hp-tr.PDNs-SE-Hants@nhs.net

023 9268 1067

Sheena Morgan

Isle of Wight

Laidlaw Unit St Mary’s Hospital Newport Isle Of Wight
PO30 5TG 

sheena.morgan@nhs.net

 

01983 552094
Jackie Chamberlain

Salisbury

Wiltshire Health and Care, Integrated Community Health, Wilton Health Centre 1st Floor, Market place
Wilton
SP2 0HT

jackie.chamberlain@gwh.nhs.uk

01722 746769

Therapy support

Those with Parkinson’s disease and other movement disorders may benefit from the support of our therapy services. 

These services include:

  • Physiotherapy: physiotherapists are trained to assess how Parkinson’s disease affects movement and mobility. They then provide exercises and techniques to improve walking, balance and performance of daily tasks.
  • Occupational therapy: occupational therapists assist and advise individuals with regards to managing every day tasks.
  • Speech and language therapy (SALT): speech and language therapists are trained in the management of disorders of speech, communication and swallowing.
  • Dieticians: dieticians are health professionals who advise on nutrition and eating.
Therapy services contact details
 Healthcare Trust Phone number
Solent Healthcare (Southampton City)

0300 300 2012 (patients)

0300 300 2011 (health professionals) 

Southern Healthcare (Hampshire) 01590 645430