What we do
We aim to promote continence wherever possible, through our continence assessment and treatment programme. For some patients this is not always achievable and so we provide management options to improve their quality of life and independence.
We have three community continence teams based in Nuneaton, Leamington and Rugby and an Acute hospital team based at Warwick Hospital. Patients with bladder or bowel dysfunction from the age of 16 can be referred for a clinical continence assessment via GP or the hospital.
Contact and location
Continence hospital team, please ask ward staff for details.
South Community Team (Alcester, Ellen Badger, Henley, Southam, Stratford Healthcare)
Royal Leamington Spa Rehabilitation Hospital
Tel: +44 (0)1926 600820
North Community Team (Camphill Clinic, Bedworth Clinic, Springhill Clinic, Coleshill Clinic, Polesworth Clinic, Atherstone Clinic)
Camphill Community & Family Centre
Tel: +44 (0)247 6390032
Rugby Continence Service
The Orchard Centre
Tel: +44 (0)1788 555105
Preparing for your appointment
For community appointments, you are usually sent some charts to complete and you’ll be asked to bring a fresh sample of urine and a current list of medication.
We provide appointments for continence assessment in the most suitable setting including acute hospital, clinics and patients’ homes (if unable to leave their home) within Warwickshire.
SWFT Clinical Services
SWFT Clinical Services works in partnership with South Warwickshire NHS Foundation Trust to deliver the continence service across the county.
The key role of SWFT Clinical Services is the operational management of the continence service from order through to delivery. Once a clinical assessment has taken place, patients and Residential Homes place orders for pads via a dedicated pad order line which is managed by the Outpatient Pharmacy at Warwick Hospital. Once placed, all orders are tracked and them delivered by West Midlands Ambulance Service straight to the door.« Return to Adult out-of-hospital services