Children's Asthma Service - Pendleton Gateway Clinic
The service is primarily aimed at children between one and 16 who have asthma or who are highly likely to have asthma. The service also provides transitional care for young people between 16 and 18 years of age who are transferred from paediatrician led care to adult services at Salford Royal Foundation Trust
What service is provided?
- Assessments are usually undertaken in the home by a specialist health visitor and include education regarding diagnosis and managing the condition.
- Parents and children’s views are listened to and respected. Asthma action plans are then agreed.
- The suitability of inhaler devices are also assessed and prescribed appropriately.
Where is the service delivered from?
The service is based at:
Who should parents contact?
Parents should contact their GP, practice nurse, health visitor or school nurse.
How can the service be accessed?
- The service can be accessed after referral from health care professionals, GPs, practice nurses, general paediatricians, health visitors or school nurses.
- Children may be referred following an admission to accident and emergency or hospital admission.
- Parents can contact the service lead directly for advice and possible self-referral for assessment.
- There is a nurse led clinic at Pendleton Gateway and referrals are arranged via choose and book or directly via the service lead.
Who to contact
- Salford Royal Foundation Trust
Where to go
Pendleton Gateway, 1
- M6 5FX
- Referral required
- Referral Details
You can refer yourself using our referral form.
You must live in Salford or have a Salford GP.