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We are at the forefront of pioneering treatment in all areas of medicine, including cardiology, cancer care, neurosurgery, orthopedics, women’s health, and spinal care.
Our Special Services For You
Specialised services support people with a range of rare and complex conditions. They often involve treatments provided to patients with rare cancers, genetic disorders or complex medical or surgical conditions.
service provides urgent care advice day or night and health and dental support when your GP practice or dentist is closed. The service can also help if: you are in mental distress.
The Chronic Medication Service (CMS) is an NHS service for patients with a long-term condition. It is available at pharmacies across Scotland.
Will is an emergency medicine consultant at Castle Hospital. He is seen in episode two of the 7th series of '24 hours in A&E' (aired 06/11/14) treating 19-year-old Billy who has been thrown twenty feet from his motocross bike during a race.
We Are Specialize in Medical Diagnostics
A radiologist specializes in diagnosing and treating conditions using medical imaging tests. They may read and interpret scans such as X-rays, MRIs, mammograms, ultrasound, and CT scans. They may be one of three types: Diagnostic radiologists: These doctors use imaging procedures to look for health problems.
- It is the cause of what ails you. It's the linchpin for the medicines you take, the treatments you get, and the surgeries you may have.
- In vitro diagnostic tests make it possible to identify the microorganism causing an infectious disease and to perform susceptibility testing to prescribe the most appropriate treatment.
- Diagnostic tests are used to confirm or rule out conditions and diseases. Before creating a treatment plan, your doctor needs critical information for a correct diagnosis, which a diagnostic test can provide.
Personalised, world class cancer care
As an international center of excellence in cancer treatment, we offer rapid access to expert consultants and leading technology.
CancerCare is a unique independent charity dedicated to helping people affected by cancer and other potentially life-limiting conditions living in North Lancashire and South Cumbria.
TOP DOCTORS' AT OUR HOSPITAL
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PedlatricPaediatricians are doctors who manage medical conditions affecting infants, children and young people. Paediatrics can be divided into 4 main areas: general paediatrics - a hospital role covering children from birth to the age of 16.
DentalWe are an independent organisation which regulates dentists and dental care professionals in the UK. We set dental standards, hold a register of qualified dental professionals, quality assure education and investigate concerns about treatment or conduct.
PhysiciansPhysicians are doctors who offer non-surgical health care to patients. They diagnose medical problems and monitor the patient's health until these problems are resolved or stabilized.
Docter’s In The Medical Sciences
The major Specializations include General Medicine, General Surgery, Pediatrics, Obstetrics & Gynecology, Dermatology, Ophthalmology, Orthopedics, ENT (Ear, Nose, and Throat), Psychiatry, Anesthesiology, etc.
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Learn why Castle Hospital is the choice for high quality healthcare in Newcastle UK and the surrounding area. Get to know some of our patients and their compelling stories. They are living proof of the excellent care they received at Castle Hospital.
Susan Waage broke her knee cap when she was 34 weeks pregnant. She was terrified to have surgery, not knowing what effect it might have on her unborn son. But she was comforted knowing she had an entire team of orthopedic and OB specialists monitoring her and her baby. Not only was her knee surgery a complete success, but she delivered a healthy baby boy six weeks later.
Tony Abate has a passion for competitive cycling, so when debilitating hip pain threatened to sideline him, he knew he needed to get help. “I didn’t want to throw in the towel at just age 35,” he says. After doing some research on his own, he met with several orthopedic specialists to discuss the cause of his pain and whether it could be related to a structural problem with his hip. Those consultations confirmed a diagnosis of femoroacetabular impingement (FAI), which occurs when there are irregularities in the hip joint that cause the bones to rub against each other, potentially leading to pain and osteoarthritis.
Danielle Collins exercises religiously and makes her health a priority, so when she was suddenly diagnosed with a serious and rare brain condition at age 27, it was a shock. She first realized that something was wrong during a Pilates class, when she felt a sharp pain in her head that continued to bother her for the next couple of days. “It was the worst headache of my life,” she recalls.
Days before finding out she was pregnant with her second child, Lauren Levinson learned that she had the BRCA1 mutation, a genetic alteration that made it about three to seven times more likely for her to develop breast cancer in her lifetime.* Lauren’s mom had recently been diagnosed with breast cancer for a second time, which prompted Lauren to get tested. “Late 2013 into 2014 was quite a roller coaster,” she says. “I had to be attentive to my mom’s care, all while processing my own high risk of getting cancer and maintaining a healthy pregnancy.”
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