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Community Respiratory Service

Checked: 22-01-2024 by 3 Vicky Ryan Next Review: 21-01-2026

Community Respiratory Service

The BNSSG Community Respiratory Service is comprised of health care professionals who specialise in providing services for people with chronic respiratory diseases. Patients must be registered with a GP in BNSSG. These services include the Home Oxygen & Review service, Advice and Guidance and Pulmonary Rehabilitation.

Respiratory Advice & Guidance

Please see the Respiratory Advice & Guidance page for further information.

Pulmonary rehabilitation

Pulmonary Rehabilitation Service is a treatment programme for people with long term lung conditions, whose breathing is causing them difficulty when moving around or carrying out daily activities. The programme will combine a personalised activity plan with education and advice to help people with lung conditions feel more in control of their conditionSee Pulmonary rehabilitation page of Remedy for more details.

Home Oxygen and Review Service (HOS-AR) BNSSG

Please see the Home Oxygen Ordering page

NHS@home - Respiratory Service

Please see the separate NHS@home - Respiratory Service page

Resources

Please see Sirona’s COVID respiratory resource page for patient self-help information



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