Medicine for Older People - Outpatients

Outpatient clinics are held at Level 0, Brunel building at Southmead Hospital and at Cossham Hospital.

General clinics in Medicine for Older People

All Care of the Elderly consultants hold general clinics for older people with complex conditions such as mobility problems, memory impairment, weight loss, anaemia, dizziness and falls.

Specialty Clinics

Comprehensive Geriatric Assessment (CGA)
This service is for older people who are developing difficulties with everyday activities, memory problems and taking a lot of medication. The service reviews the medical aspects of these problems to improve quality of life.

Parkinson Disease (Dr Emma Mitchell, Dr Daniel Thornton and Dr Edward Richfield)
This service consists of an outpatient clinic based at Southmead and Cossham Hospital.

Osteoporosis & metabolic bone disease (Dr Karen Harding, Dr Katherine Walsh and Dr Seema Srivastava)
This service assess patients with severe/complex osteoporosis and offers advice on alternative treatment for patients intolerant to oral biphosphonates and accepts patients with other metabolic bone problems such as Paget's disease and osteomalacia. Patients are seen at both Southmead and Cossham Hospitals.

Medicine for Older People - Outpatients