Luton Continence Service
Bedfordshire Continence Service provides advice, support and treatment for people with continence needs.
You can be referred for an assessment by your GP or any other health professional from whom you may be receiving care.
Continence advisors are trained nurses who have undertaken specialist training in continence management and they can assess your individual continence needs and plan a treatment programme with you.
Following assessment, your continence advisor may prescribe disposable incontinence products for you, which will be delivered to your home.
Children from the age of four years can be referred to the service by a health professional.
Direct contact with the service can be made between Monday to Friday 9:30am to 11am and 2pm to 4pm.
Assessments can be carried out in patient’s own home or care home (non nursing care home) or clinic settings.
What Response Times to expect
General patients are seen within 18 week target
Patients referred who require more intensive management of continence are contacted within three working days to arrange an appointment, will be seen within two working weeks.
Who to contact
Where to go
- LU6 3JA
Last updated 25/05/2019