What we offer

We offer help, support and information for patients with epilepsy, families, carers and friends. We provide each patient with a personal care plan on how to manage their seizures, as well as:

  • Specialist epilepsy advice provided to health and social care teams.
  • Provide a link between the Hospital, GPs and Community teams.
  • Provide support and advice to colleges, university and employers.
  • Signpost to appropriate services for welfare and accessibility.

Who it’s for

We see patients from the age of 16. Work closely with the children Epilepsy Specialist Nurse team for patients to transition over to the adult service, from 16 years of age.

We can see patients in a range of settings:

  • Home visit
  • Residential home
  • Ward visit
  • Telephone contact
  • Nurse led clinic

We hold clinics at:

  • Acle Medical Practice
  • Attleborough Medical Centre
  • Aylsham Health Centre
  • Brundall Medical Practice
  • Coltishall Medical Practice
  • Cromer Medical Practice
  • Dereham Hospital
  • Downham Market Health Centre
  • Fakenham Medical Practice
  • Feltwell surgery
  • Hoveton and Wroxham Medical Centre
  • Hunstanton Medical Centre
  • Lawson Road Medical Practice
  • Long Stratton Medical Practice
  • Kelling Hospital
  • Norfolk & Norwich University Hospital
  • North Walsham Hospital
  • Norwich Community Hospital
  • Park View Resource Centre, Kings Lynn
  • Queen Elizabeth Hospital, King’s Lynn
  • Stalham Medical Practice
  • St James, King’s Lynn
  • Upwell surgery
  • Swaffham hospital
  • Thetford Healthy Living Centre

Referrals

Referrals should be sent to:

Norwich Central Hub

Norwich Community Hospital

Bowthorpe Road

Norwich

Norfolk

NR2 3TU

Or via email to:

centralbooking@nchc.nhs.uk

Contact

Call us on 01603 216021 (option 7) Mon-Fri | 08.30 – 16.30

Email: epilepsynurses@nchc.nhs.uk   

Downloads

Adult Epilepsy Specialist Nurse Service

Epilepsy Nurse referral form

Useful links

Epilepsy Action

Epilepsy Society

FND Action

Headway

SUDEP Action

Stroke Association

Young Epilepsy