The Trust provides a wide range of healthcare services for Southampton, central southern England and the Channel Islands.
Our cardiovascular and thoracic service diagnose and treat conditions affecting organs inside the chest (the thorax), mainly the lungs and heart, and the major blood vessels that affect circulation.
The Wessex Neurological Centre provides services including neurological assessment, an epilepsy and stroke service, neurosciences intensive care and neurosurgery.
Our service is a long-established specialist unit for the diagnosis and treatment of benign breast disorders and breast cancer.
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Our specialist paediatric consultants, nurses and wider healthcare teams offer a wide range of diagnosis, treatment and support facilities for children and their parents.
We're a group of clinical and counselling psychologists who offer a range of therapies for individuals, couples and families. Our focus is helping you to live with your medical condition and enhancing your wellbeing.
We have a large gastrointestinal and hepatology team, as well as teams specialising in renal medicine and nephrology.
Our ear, nose and throat facilities incorporate the audiology and hearing therapy department, which operates from the Royal South Hants hospital.
The Emergency Department assesses and treats people with serious injuries and those in need of emergency treatment. It is sometimes referred to as 'casualty', 'Accident and Emergency' or 'A&E'.
The Eye Unit provides a comprehensive service for adults and children ranging from routine appointments to emergencies.
The specialist fertility unit at the Princess Anne Hospital offers diagnosis and treatment by leading experts in the field.
Our specialist genetics service diagnoses genetic disorders that affect all ages and body systems.
Our specialities include surgical oncology, urogynaecology, general gynaecology, laparoscopic treatments and early pregnancy.
We offer a range of diagnosis, treatment and support services for allergies, immune system disorders, and conditions of the endocrine and metabolic systems.
The intensive care facilities across Southampton General Hospital and the Princess Anne Hospital provide a variety of specialist services.
Maternity services are based at the Princess Anne Hospital on Coxford Road, just across the road from Southampton General Hospital, with an additional birth centre in the New Forest.
The Medical Physics and Bioengineering department provides a range of scientific, technical, clinical, engineering and educational expertise, as well as research and development support to the hospital.
Medicine for older people aims to achieve excellence in the care of older people through innovative care pathways, evidence based medicine and cutting edge research into ageing and the delivery of care.
We provide a wide range of vital services to patients under the care of all the medical and surgical departments.
Pathology is the branch of medicine concerned with the cause, origin and nature of disease.
We are one of the largest radiology services in the country, and provide services across Southampton General Hospital, the Princess Anne Hospital, and the Royal South Hants Hospital.
The respiratory tract is the system that allows you to breathe air into your lungs and back out again. The Cardiothoracic services, Primary Ciliary dyskinesia facilities and Respiratory Centre all contribute to the diagnosis and treatment of the respiratory system.
Our rheumatology department provides services for patients with musculoskeletal diseases, pain syndromes and complex chronic inflammatory diseases.
The dermatology department provides a full general dermatology service for all local patients with skin disease, as well as being a regional centre for patients with more complex needs.
We provide major and complex trauma surgery and a tertiary surgical service, as well as carrying out some routine elective surgery.
Our trauma and orthopaedic unit provides an elective service for patients with orthopaedic conditions which have developed over time, and a trauma service which specialises in patients who have been injured in accidents.
The urology service consists of six consultants, supported by one associate specialist, two specialist registrars, three urology nurse specialists and two urology nurse practitioners.