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Moorfields Eye Hospital NHS Foundation Trust is the leading provider of eye health services in the UK and a world-class centre of excellence for ophthalmic research and education. We have a reputation, developed over two centuries, for providing the highest quality of ophthalmic care. Our 1,800 staff are committed to sustaining and building on our pioneering legacy and ensuring we remain at the cutting edge of developments in ophthalmology.
With our partners at the UCL Institute of Ophthalmology, we are a national and international centre for research into eye conditions and treatments, leading one of the strongest and most extensive ophthalmic research programmes in the world. Together, we have one of the highest measures of scientific productivity and impact in the world for eye research activity.
Our A&E team offers accident and emergency treatment for urgent, sight-threatening problems and for issues that cannot wait for a routine appointment with your GP.
On arrival, you will be assessed by a nurse who will determine how serious your condition is and prioritise you for treatment accordingly. Sometimes, we’ll be able to treat your condition straight away, but sometimes we might decide to refer you to one of our more specialist services for further tests and treatments.
Please note that we are not a general A&E and can only help with eye conditions
PALS provides advice and support to help you resolve any queries, issues or concerns you or your loved one has with any aspect of services delivered by Bedford Hospital. We can:
help you to resolve problems or issues that you have about our hospital services;
listen to your comments, compliments or concerns about services provided in our hospital; and
give you information about the formal complaints process and independent advocacy services.
We recognise that relationship difficulties affect children and young people too. Our 'Talktime' service is a young people's counselling service designed to support children aged between 10 and 21 years. We also offer One to One Therapeutic Support for Children aged 5-10 years.
Our services support children and young people in one-to-one confidential therapeutic sessions when they are adversely affected by difficult life circumstances, including family change or breakdown, loss or bereavement, anger, confidence, self-esteem, bullying, or other social or environmental difficulties with which they feel they require additional help.
We also deliver family counselling and relationship counselling (couples and individuals), adult sex therapy and training.
These services are open to all. Typically there is a first session which assesses the client needs and what would be suitable for them going forward. Often there are six sessions but this can be extended according to funding and need.