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Community services

Community health services deliver accessible NHS healthcare services to adults and children in convenient places close to their homes and, where necessary, in their homes.

Areas of care include nursing, therapies and specialist services.

The services provided include:

  • Alcohol Detoxification Service

  • Community Care Teams
    These teams provide nursing, treatment and support in the home and local community for people with a range of health problems or conditions

  • Community Dental Service

  • Community Diabetes Service
    This service helps empower adults to manage their Type 1 or Type 2 diabetes through education, support and training

  • Community Heart Failure Team

  • Community Hospitals

  • Community Neuro Service

  • Dementia Service

  • Emergency Dental Service
    This service provides advice and emergency dental treatment at evenings, weekends and bank holidays

  • Integrated Care Teams
    These teams support patients with their long term conditions and prevented admissions to hospital

  • Minor Injuries Units
    These units treat a range of minor injuries and ailments

  • Musculoskeletal Service

  • Occupational Therapy
    This service supports, empowers and enables people who have difficulties with everyday life

  • Physiotherapy

  • Podiatry Service

  • Sexual Health Service

  • Specialist Nursing

  • Speech and Language Therapy

  • X-ray (radiology)

The main providers of community health services in South Eastern Hampshire are Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust and Solent NHS Trust.