Welcome to the Medical Conditions section.
Alcoholics Anonymous Jersey Alcoholics Anonymous Jersey represents the thriving AA community in Jersey. They have 23 meetings covering every day of the week in several locations across the island. They have morning, lunchtime and evening meetings. They run a well attended annual convention on the first weekend in March. Since the first meeting in November […]
Jersey Arthritis Association To promote clear new thinking around current research and raise awareness of current advances in the treatments available in the UK and the rest of the world. Registered Charity Membership Number: AJC488 Outwood 5 Rue de Maupertuis St Clement Jersey JE2 6NG Tel: +441534720040 Email: email@example.com Website: www.arthritis.je Transport is available upon […]
Where can I get colostomy and ileostomy advice and supplies? Advice and supplies for patients are available from Family Nursing & Home Care at Le Bas Centre. Family Nursing & Home Care Le Bas Centre St. Saviours Road St. Helier JE2 4RP Tel: +441534 443600 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.fnhc.org.je Jersey Ostomy Society The Jersey Ostomy Society […]
For the latest Government advice, please click one of the following links. Advice for businesses Government Support for businesses Travel advice Guidance for parents and carers Sickness benefits if you are self-isolating Social distancing Guidance for healthcare professionals Number of tests and confirmed cases in Jersey If you need any other form of assistance, please […]
Support services The application of support services and rehabilitation for all heart patients is coordinated by the Physiotherapy Department, General Hospital, Tel: +441534442000 Staff can advise on appropriate activity and exercise as well as information on current thinking and practice on heart conditions and refer patients to the Cardiac Rehabilitation Group and to the Heart Attack Support […]
What are the aims of the Association? The Association was formed to help local residents suffering from kidney diseases. Meetings are held to discuss problems and acting as a self-help group. The Association also runs a helpline offering equipment and other help. When patients are being treated in the UK, in hardship cases the Association […]