Please click here for the updated Service Specification inclusion criteria for Intermediate Care (ICT) Rehabilitation – please note Post Covid many of these assessments will be virtual as a first option.
The EKHUFT Urgent Eye service email address has been changed – please send referrals to: email@example.com Referrals received by Urgent Eye Service will be triaged. Please ensure referrals are complete and contain correct patient contact details so the patient can be contacted directly. If a condition is non urgent, the patient […]
The Andrology service run by EKHUFT for the patients of East and West Kent is now fully operational. The period when it was temporarily ceased as a result of Covid 19 has been used to put into place changes which will improve the quality of the service. For full details, […]
From Wednesday 24 June 2020 EKHUFT will introduce plasma free metanephrines (pfMETs) to replace 24h urinary catecholamine (uCATs) for the investigation of phaeochromocytoma. Urine catecholamines (24h collection) will be completely withdrawn from our test repertoire on 31 August 2020. Introduction of this service within the laboratories at EKHUFT is […]
Patients attending hospital for surgery must isolate for fourteen days prior to admission, this also includes members of their household and the person who is bringing them to hospital, if they are not part of the patient’s household. For more details, please see the EKHUFT patient advice leaflet. Further information, […]