NCL Tuberculosis Service: NMUH

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The NCL Tuberculosis Service is for all adults and children with suspected or known tuberculosis (TB). The specialist medical and nursing teams use the latest methods to test and treat people with suspected or known TB.

The aim of the service is to reduce the prevalence of new TB cases, improve outcomes and provide a better patient experience for people with TB in north central London. 

The NCL Tuberculosis service has three centres 

  • North Middlesex University Hospital clinic
  • The Grove Clinic at Royal Free Hospital
  • The South Hub at Whittington Hospital

Eligibility criteria

Inclusions

  • adults and children with suspected or known TB, regardless of where they live or immigration status

How to refer

There is no referral form. Email the details, including the patient's telephone number to the email address provided, or call the clinic directly. 


Locations

NMUH clinic

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Review date: Thursday, 01 December 2022