Patient health and care information leaflets
At Sherwood Forest Hospitals Trust we are dedicated to ensuring patients receive the best possible information about their care and treatment.
We provide a wide range of information for patients, relatives and carers in a number of formats including Braille, easy read, large print and services for hard of hearing. We also provide an interpretation and translation service.
The patient information leaflet library contains leaflets produced by the Trust covering a wide range of topics. All our information, which is checked by health professionals and patients, is evidence based and follows national guidelines. Click on the boxes below to find out what is available.
A number of Patient Information Leaflets have been prepared externally for Sherwood Forest Hospitals by EIDO Healthcare. Your consultant may give you one of these leaflets, which are also available in large print, giant print, screen reader and easy read.
We also use leaflets produced by other credible organisations such as The British Thoracic Society and The British Heart Foundation, as well as pointing patients to the EIDO Healthcare website AboutMyHealth.org, which enables you find accredited websites that can help you get more information about your condition, or any treatments that may have been recommended to you. Please click on the button below to find out more about EIDO Healthcare.
If you can’t find what you are looking for please visit NHS Choices, the official website of the National Health Service: http://www.nhs.uk/pages/home.aspx For a quick guide on how to use NHS Choices please click here.
Your views on our leaflets are really important to us. Feedback from patients, relatives and carers can help improve the way we develop and review our patient information. If you have any comments please contact the patient information officer as above.
These pages are continually being updated and not all Trust leaflets are included. All our leaflets are stored in pdf format and require a compatible reader to view them. You can download a free pdf reader here: https://get.adobe.com/uk/reader/