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Changes to The Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust referral process for the District Nursing Service and Community Matrons

07 May 2015 15:27:52
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MESSAGE FOR HEALTHCARE PROVIDERS:
From 31 May 2015, there will be a new way to make referrals to The Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust’s District Nursing Service and Community Matrons. If you wish to make a referral to either service you will need to contact the Care Co-ordination Centre (CCC) on 01709 426600.
 

The CCC operates betweenMonday to Friday 08:00 – 22:00,Saturday and Sunday 10:00 – 18:00. For the District Nursing Service outside of CCC hours, please call 0300 3300268.You will need to provide the following information to ensure a successful referral and the CCC team may also contact you for further details if required. 

  • Your name  
  • Your ward and contact number  
  • The patient’s name and NHS number  
  • Demographics (including GP)  
  • Past medical history  
  • Reason for referral  
  • Timescale for referral  
  • Any other relevant information (Key safe etc.) 
  • Additional information will also be required for referrals to community matrons 
 

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