This has been the year of change for the Spires specialist nursing team. In Oxford we said ‘goodbye and happy retirement’ to Tina and in Salisbury we will be doing the same for Maureen and Nichola in the next three months. Maureen and Nichola both joined the service in 2004 but you will see from […]
Interdisciplinary Cleft Lip and Palate Study Day open to all health care staff – Friday 7th May 2021. Please click Study day flyer 2021 for more details.
During the current national lockdown we want to reassure you that we are working hard to keep services running in Salisbury and Oxford whilst also keeping patients and staff as safe as possible. Both the John Radcliffe Hospital, and Salisbury District Hospital are under great pressure at the moment, with high numbers of admissions. This […]
Resuming cleft care: summary of statement from the national Cleft Development Group (CDG) The peak of the UK coronavirus pandemic crisis is over and the NHS is starting to resume routine services, so we need to understand how cleft services fit into this process. Since lockdown began cleft teams have contacted families and patients by […]
Why do you wear your PPE? Below is a short video by Edinburgh Children’s Hospital Charity, for all children who will be coming into hospital over the next few months. It explains why the health care professionals that you will see need to be in PPE.
Welcome to Nefer Fallico! In the next month there are some important team changes happening in Salisbury. Adam Sawyer, Consultant Cleft & Plastic Surgeon, is leaving at the end of June and just before this we will be joined by Nefer Fallico to take over this role. You can find more information on our ‘meet […]
A MESSAGE FOR CLEFT PATIENTS AND THEIR PARENTS FROM THE CLEFT TEAMS IN THE UK AND IRELAND The coronavirus epidemic means that all cleft operations and face-to-face cleft clinics in the United Kingdom and Ireland have been delayed until the crisis is over. We appreciate that it might be difficult for you as parents and […]
We are pleased to announce the launch of our new website! We want this website to be as helpful as possible and are always open to suggestions for improvements. If there is any information that you would like to see on this website, please get in touch: Contact Oxford centre | Contact Salisbury centre