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Welcome to our new-look website. Regular users will immediately notice a change to the previous site. We have re-organised our information for patients, visitors and healthcare professionals so that our services are more easily accessible.

As the site is new with so much more to look at, we realise that surfing our pages might be quite daunting at first. So to make your journey into our website easier, follow the advice in our help section to make most of the new website!

  • Browser and device compatibility Although our website should work well with all commonly used web browsers and devices, there are certain features which may only display correctly in current browser versions.
  • Viewing and downloading files This page explains how to access files on our website.
  • How to use the directory This page explains how to use the consultants directory to make the most of the search options available
  • RSS news feeds List of our RSS feeds, an explanation what RSS feeds are and how you can make them work for you.
  • Site map A site map is a representation of the architecture of a web site. It lists all pages on our web site in hierarchical fashion. The site map helps visitors find pages on the site.
  • Accessibility We are committed to complying with the Disability Discrimination Act and have made significant improvements to our website in order to reduce the barriers experienced by people with disabilities.
  • Other languages Google Translate is a free automatic translator. It works without the intervention of human translators, using state-of-the-art technology instead.
  • Acronym and jargon buster This page provides links to websites which list the most commonly used acronyms and explains what certain specialist terms and jargon mean.
  • Frequently asked questions (FAQs) This page contains a list of frequently asked questions and answers.
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