We provide assessment, diagnosis and treatment for patients with complex neurological disorders.
We work with and support adults with all neurological conditions including:
We have a number of outpatients' clinics including:
new patient / patient review
migraine / headache
Getting a referral
Your GP refers you by letter. The consultant prioritise your referral before adding your name to the waiting list. We make appointments according to priority or in date order.
What to wear
In preparation for a possible examination, wear some comfortable, removable clothing.
Things to bring
You need the bring these items with you to your appointment:
- your appointment letter
- medications including those you are currently taking, or a recent list
- information of change of details, for example, new address, GP or contact details
Take your appointment letter to the reception desk. The receptionist confirms your details and directs you to the waiting area.
You are seen by a doctor, who specialises in Neurology or a Clinical Nurse Specialist. There may be a junior doctor or medical student present. He / she would only be observing, and we can see you without them present if you prefer.
A clinic nurse is always on hand to act as your chaperone and answer any of your queries. We ask some questions about your general health. Provide details of any existing medical conditions and of your current complaint.
Your nervous system is a complex network of message pathways. It may seem odd testing your reflexes in your feet if you have a headache, or looking at your eyes if your hands are
shaky. This is because information from simple tests can aid a diagnosis.
After your appointment
It isn’t always possible to reach a diagnosis on your first visit to clinic. It may be necessary to have tests. The nurse tells you what happens next, including waiting times.
Technicians perform the tests and can answer any questions about the procedures. The doctor discusses your results with you at your next clinic appointment. Sometimes they forward them to your family doctor.
If you can’t make your appointment
If you can’t attend your appointment, phone the number on your appointment letter as soon as possible. We will give you a new appointment.
Cancelling may result in a delay to your treatment as clinic space is valuable. It costs us approximately £80 for every missed appointment. Letting us know that you can't attend means we can offer that clinic slot to another person on the waiting list.
Where to find us
We are based at:
Westmount Assessment and Rehabilitation Centre
Jersey JE2 3LP
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We're open from 8.30am to 5.30pm, Monday to Friday. We're closed weekends and bank holidays.
Patient confidentiality is essential. There are occasions when we're unable to share information. Contact the ward manager if you need to discuss this.
You can call us on the phone numbers below:
Appointments: +44 (0) 1534 443062
Clinical Nurse Specialist: +44 (0) 1534 443077
Consultants: +44 (0) 1534 444518
Multiple Sclerosis Specialist Nurse: +44 (0) 1534 444524