Bladder and Bowel Service
The Bladder and Bowel service offers individuals with bladder and bowel problems assessment, treatment, advice and support.
Individuals are seen in clinics, which are run at different venues, on a regular basis across West Sussex. Individuals with complex needs may be seen at home by a specialist nurse if they are unable to come into a clinic.
The service provides advice and education to other healthcare professionals, carers, families and the general public.
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