Patients, Visitors & The Public

Video Consultations

As part of the NHS response to coronavirus, there has been an urgent need to transform the way we provide our Outpatient services, to prevent onsite appointments.  At present, we aim to complete the majority of our appointments by telephone, however if it is recognised, that there is a requirement for a face-to-face appointment then the patient will be contacted to check if they have the necessary equipment to join a video consultation.

What is needed to conduct a video consultation?

  • A good internet connection
  • A computer, tablet or smartphone with a built-in camera and microphone
  • Google Chrome or Safari web-browser
  • A quiet and private setting
  • The support of a family member or carer (as required)

You can access your video consultation via the relevant link for your specialty below. For further information on the requirements and how to access your video consultation, please click on 'More information' next to your speciality. 

Breast - click here For more information please click here.

Audiology - click here For more information please click here

Community Paediatrics - click here For more information please click here

Diabetes - click here For more information please click here

Endocrinology - click here For more information please click here

Gynaecology - click here For more information please click here

Rheumatology - click here For more information please click here

Plastics - click here For more information please click here

Paediatrics - click here For more information please click here

Bariatrics - click here For more information please click here

Please note, not all specialities are live at the moment for video consultations.