The North West Independent Hospital leading the way in paediatric care

first_imgHospitals can be challenging places for children and young people who need medical care.The North West Independent Hospital in Derry is registered to provide paediatric care and treatment for patients over the age of one year.All our services are consultant-led, and we offer a wide range of treatment options under one roof. We are proud to actively promote the rights of children and advocate the provision of appropriate services for children within the hospital.Our facilities ensure that patients receive the highest standard of care. All children will receive that care within our dedicated Paediatric Unit, staffed by experienced and qualified Paediatric Nurses.Paediatric General SurgeryThanks to our state-of-the-art facilities, we are able to provide complex as well as simple surgical and medical procedures, together with a wide range of supporting therapies and treatments. Working closely with you, we will help you to prepare your child for their procedure or treatment, and encourage them to talk about any fears or questions they may have.A hospital can be an intimidating environment for any child, and we endeavour to make your child’s stay with us as pleasant and comfortable as possible.We offer a wide range of Paediatric surgeries and treatments within different specialities, including:-• Circumcision• Hernia Repair• Orchidectomy• Orchidopexy• Preputioplasty• Excision of Cyst• Endoscopy• Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT)Our ENT specialists have years of experience in handling a wide range of conditions affecting the ears, nose and throat. Whether your child is in need of a tonsillectomy, or is booked in for a tongue tie correction procedure, you can be sure of the best care and attention possible at all times. We specialise in the following ENT procedures:• Vents• Adenoidectomy• Tonsillectomy• Tongue Tie• Plastic Surgery ProceduresHere at the North West Independent Hospital, we offer a wide range of plastic surgery procedures, and our surgeons have many years of experience in surgical procedures for children.Here are just some of the procedures we can offer: • Scar Revision• Otoplasty• Cleft Lip Repair• Excision of Cyst• General Surgery and Orthopaedic ProceduresIn addition to some of the more complex surgical procedures, we are also able to help with general surgery and orthopaedic treatments.Many of these procedures are carried out on an outpatient basis, and we can give you all the information you and your child need before your treatment takes place.We offer the following general surgery and orthopaedic procedures:• Ingrowing Toe Nails• Excision of Cyst• Excision of Ganglion• ArthroscopyWe aim to offer a pleasant and comfortable environment for children and parents. Our friendly team is on hand at all times to answer your questions and ensure you feel completely happy and at ease during your time with us here at the hospital.Speak to our team today to find out more about our range of paediatric procedures and care. To book your consultation with one of our specialists, call us now on 048 7776 3090.The EU Cross Border scheme allows thousands of in and out-patients currently on hospital waiting lists in ROI to access more immediate hospital treatments in Northern Ireland.For information about accessing healthcare under the CBD: www.hse.ie/eng/services/list/1/schemes/cbd/acchealthcareabroad/Accessing_Healthcare_Abroad_under_CBD.htmlContact the HSE Helpline: 056-7784546 to gain authorization for treatments at NWIH under the EU Cross Border Directive.Appointments are subject to GP referral, for further information call us on 048 777 63090 or email: [email protected] our website at www.nwih.co.uk or Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/nwihballykellyThe North West Independent Hospital leading the way in paediatric care was last modified: May 2nd, 2018 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:DerryNorth West Independent Hospitalpaediatricslast_img read more

John Skelton doesnt really see it that way I d

first_imgJohn Skelton doesn’t really see it that way.“I don’t think you can say that this is a ‘bigger’ game; I don’t think anyone’s pressing or anything to that effect,” he said after practice in Flagstaff Tuesday. “It is an important game in the fact that we haven’t done well in the last two and we need to kind of show something here.”So there you go, it is a big game, just not how you may have thought.Skelton is absolutely correct when he says the offense as a whole must show something more than it did the previous games. Moving the ball has been a struggle with both Skelton and Kolb under center, and everyone would feel better if the team scored some points early against the Raiders.“It goes without saying,” Skelton said. “Everyone knows we need to start fast. No one’s content with the way we’ve been playing.”Skelton, though, said no one is panicking and that the offense is not far from being where it needs to be. Adding that he feels the issues are being “amplified” by people outside of the organization, the QB is confident “we will be fine.”Time will tell, and the Cardinals still have three preseason games left to right the ship — including Friday’s which, remember, Skelton said isn’t that big of a deal as it pertains to the QB battle. Nevada officials reach out to D-backs on potential relocation What an MLB source said about the D-backs’ trade haul for Greinke “One game is not going to make or break someone,” he said. “I think this game, I don’t think Kevin and I are approaching it any differently from the competition standpoint.”Arizona Sports’ Kyndra de St. Aubin contributed to this report – / 24 Comments   Share   Cardinals expect improving Murphy to contribute right away Top Stories The belief that Friday’s preseason game against the Raiders will be the turning point — if not the tipping point — in the Cardinals QB competition is starting to gain some steam.From the Adam Schefter report that John Skelton is the current favorite to CBS Sports’ Jason LaCanfora saying Kevin Kolb will be given every opportunity to win the job, it could be that plenty will be on the line at University of Phoenix Stadium. D-backs president Derrick Hall: Franchise ‘still focused on Arizona’last_img read more