The Community Anticoagulation service provides general anticoagulation management advice, blood monitoring, review and anticoagulation medicine dose guidance to patients who require Oral Anticoagulant Therapy
Written guidance / information is available here.
The service has a medical consultant lead and is comprised of clinical specialist nurses with support from clinical support workers and an administration team.
The service provides clinics from a number of locations across the city of Wolverhampton. The clinics operate from 8.30am – 4.30pm Monday to Saturday, excluding Bank Holidays
Home visits are offered to patients who are clinically housebound only. Patients are continually assessed and as their condition improves will be offered clinic appointments.
We provide a drop in service operated from the Community Phlebotomy Service on occasions when patients are unable to attend a clinic or require their anticoagulant blood level measured between appointments. Once you have received the result from your blood test you will contact the telephone advice service to obtain management guidance.
Drop-in clinics are often very busy and spaces are limited. If the drop- in sessions are full for the day you will be advised of another drop-in clinic close by or attend our next drop in. The drop in clinics are available from a number of locations across the city of Wolverhampton. See Community Phlebotomy Time table in Downloads section.
Telephone advice service
The service advice line offers the facilities from changing an appointment to obtain specialist advice from trained Anticoagulation Nurses.
For further information about our service please contact the clinic team.