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Cystic fibrosis service (adults)

The Wessex adult cystic fibrosis service is based at Southampton General Hospital. We are a friendly and welcoming team, aiming to provide excellence in adult cystic fibrosis (CF) care by supporting you to manage your CF. We look after patients with CF from a very wide area including Hampshire, Dorset, Wiltshire, Somerset, East and West Sussex, the Isle of Wight and the Channel Islands.

Find out more about the team and our outpatient and inpatient services.

Here is some useful information on living with cystic fibrosis covering areas such as travel, vaccinations, oxygen and benefits.

Follow us on Twitter @Wessex_adult_CF and on Facebook

Children's cystic fibrosis service

Please find out more about the children's service here.

Cystic Fibrosis Trust

The Cystic Fibrosis Trust is a national charity that provides help and support to people with CF and their families. As part of their work they help to ensure that hospitals provide the necessary care to people with cystic fibrosis. Find out more about the Cystic Fibrosis Trust on their website.

Contact us

The team is based on level C, West Wing of Southampton General Hospital.

  • Telephone: 023 8120 6801
  • Email
  • You can see a floor plan C level at Southampton General Hospital below

In working hours

The office is staffed between 9am and 5pm, Monday to Friday. If there is no answer when you phone, please leave a message and a member of the team will return your call as soon as they can. The answer phone should be used for non-urgent messages only.

Please be aware that the administrative staff in this office are not medically trained. If your call is related to an urgent health problem, you must not rely on leaving an answer phone message for a quick response.

If you are very unwell please seek urgent help, by calling an ambulance on 999 if needed.

Out of working hours

For patients seeking medical help outside of these office working hours please call D10 ward on 023 8120 8334.

You will be able to speak to a member of the nursing staff who will take a message and if appropriate, arrange for the on-call respiratory consultant to call you back.

If you are very unwell please seek urgent help, by calling an ambulance on 999 if needed.