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New Victoria Hospital Offers Free Pre-Surgery Covid Tests To Self Pay Patients

Following the end of our Covid-19 partnership with NHS England and the increasing need for healthcare services in our community after the pandemic, New Victoria Hospital will offer a free pre-surgery Covid test to all patients who book their Self Pay procedure in May 2021.

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Looking After Your Digestive Health - A Focus On IBS

Abdominal pain, bloating, cramping, diarrhoea and constipation are the most common symptoms of IBS, Irritable Bowel Syndrome. It is an incredibly common condition that affects 1 in 3 people in the UK and can be very distressing. Everyday life, for people suffering from IBS, can be very uncomfortable. With the COVID-19 pandemic, there has been a great change in people’s eating habits and an increasingly sedentary lifestyle along with significant health anxieties, which has led to an increase in gastrointestinal functional symptoms. Dr Rishi Goel, Consultant Gastroenterologist at New Victoria Hospital, gives guidance on the latest approach to IBS treatment during IBS Awareness Month.

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New Victoria Hospital To Increase Healthcare Service Access For The Local Community Following NHS Partnership

Our NHS England partnership has come to an end we are now ready to increase healthcare service access for local patients. As we reflect on our support for our local NHS Trust, we would like to thank our first-class clinical and non-clinical teams at New Victoria Hospital for setting exemplary standards in healthcare, surpassing the expectations of our patients and NHS patient co-ordinators.

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Breast Health And Genetic Testing

Inherited breast cancer is rare and causes only 5% of all breast cancers. Yet it is one of the major reasons of concern for many women who have experienced breast or ovarian cancer because it affected their mums, sisters or aunts. Genetic risk for breast cancer is one of the factors that you can’t modify, but it can be a lifesaver in many ways. During Women’s Health Month, Professor Zoe Winters, Breast Surgeon at New Victoria Hospital, explains why genetic testing is becoming mainstream as an essential tool for prevention as well as for more successful treatment outcomes.

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