This section aims to provide General Practitioners (GPs) and members of Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) with some more detailed information about our services. The information below is updated regularly, but, if you need to find out more detailed information about a specific service or have a very specific question about the service or referral pathway, then please contact the service manager or the key clinician detailed opposite.
- How does a GP refer in to this service?
GPs need to refer a patient for a consultant review and the consultant will then decide on the appropriate day surgery option for the patient.
For further advice or guidance on the Day Surgery Unit at Bridgnorth Hospital, please contact the Hospital directly by using the contact number on the right of this page.
You can also view the page that provides information for patients or carers by clicking the link below.
Types of patients regularly seen
The Day Surgery Unit at Bridgnorth Hospital sees patients that choose to come to Bridgnorth Hospital for a minor operation that can be conducted under a local anaesthetic. Patients are referred to the service by the GP or consultant.
There are a range of minor surgery procedures that are offered at the hospital, which mean that patients do not have to travel to acute hospitals that are further afield and they can be treated closer to where family, friends and carers live. Such procedures include:
- endoscopy diagnostic services
We also undertake day surgery operations in the following specialties:
- general surgery
- podiatric (foot) surgery
Patients not seen by this service
The Day Surgery Unit does not undertake all types of operations. It does not undertake operations that require patients to have a general anaesthetic.