Tissue Viability Service 

Our tissue viability service in Ealing aims to help you look after complex and problematic wounds



About the service

Our tissue viability service aims to help you look after complex and problematic wounds. We particularly focus on preventing and treating pressure ulcers and leg ulcers.


We work closely with you, your GP, district nurses, and other healthcare professionals to provide you with support and high quality care.


Address

Featherstone Road Clinic, Hartington Road, Southall, UB2 5BQ

Telephone

0208 383 5462


Information about your care 

If you are referred to our tissue viability service, one of our specialist nurses will look at your wound. They will advise you and professionals involved in your care about how to look after it.

The tissue viability nurse may see you only once, or they may arrange a follow up visit depending on what you need.

If you need more support or advice after you have been seen by our service, your nurse or doctor can refer you again. You can also contact the service directly if you have any problems or concerns in regards to your wound.



Where we provide your care


We provide care across Ealing, including:


  • in your own home 
  • at Clayponds Hospital
  • in clinics 
  • in nursing and residential homes

Referrals


We accept referrals from GPs and other healthcare professionals ​- please contact us for more information.


Contact us

If you have any questions about Ealing Community Partners or your care please call 

0300 12345 44


Ealing Community Partners: NHS, Ealing Council, voluntary & specialist providers working together to deliver health & social care for the people of Ealing  

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