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Access to good, reliable health information is essential to keep you informed about your condition and treatment options. It also enables you, together with medical staff, to make informed decisions about your healthcare.
The service provided by the Health Information Centre at University Hospital ensures that all patients, staff and visitors, have access to high quality health information on conditions, procedures and treatments.
The Centre offers:
The service we provide is free and confidential
The Centre is situated on the ground floor, in the main entrance to the University Hospital, Coventry. Opening times are: Monday to Friday 9.00am to 5.00pm.
Enquiries can also be made in person, by telephone (024 7696 6051)
or by email email@example.com.
Winter isn’t everyone’s favourite season and there’s no doubt that the cold weather can be a worry for those of us in later life. But with a little preparation, and by following some simple suggestions, we can help ourselves to stay healthy, safe and as comfortable as possible this winter.
Keeping warm both inside and outside your home can help reduce your risk of serious health problems such as chest infections, heart attacks and stroke that are more common in the colder months. This guide explains what you can do to get yourself and your home ready for winter, as well as where to go for further information and support.
The internet provides access to a vast range of health information but this can vary hugely in quality and reliability.
The following websites are a useful starting point to help you search for reliable health information:
For details of more specialist websites on individual conditions, please contact us on 024 7696 6051.
To support our hospitals and make a donation visit www.uhcwcharity.org
This site uses automatic translation software provided by Google. The Trust cannot verify its accuracy and you should not rely on the information translated. If you have a query, please contact the Patient Advice and Liaison team or your doctor/nurse.