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Tissue Viability (Hounslow and Richmond)

Tissue viability clinic

The trust's tissue viability team offers treatment for complex wound management:   

  • Complex wound/leg ulcer clinics in the community
  • Education and training
  • Prevention and treatment for pressure ulcers
  • Treatment in leg ulcer management
  • Audit
  • Wound care guidelines and policy provision
  • Advise on the provision of specialist pressure relieving equipment 
  • Advice is also offered on wound technology products 
  • Negative pressure wound therapy  

Pressure ulcers: Information, guidance and resources for patients and carers

Pressure ulcers - 'Stop the pressure' logo

Visit our dedicated pressure ulcer webpage for information and advice aimed at patients and carers about how to manage and prevent pressure ulcers occurring. 

Click here to visit our pressure ulcers webpage.

Services are offered in clinics across our clinics and health centres, patients’ homes, care homes, nursing homes, community hospital wards, and GP practice nurse surgeries.

The Tissue Viability  Service provides clinics both in the London borough of Richmond and the London borough Hounslow:

Hounslow borough clinics location: 

Richmond Borough clinics location: 

 

Contact details for both Hounslow and Richmond clinics:

Always contact the Tissue Viability Service Administrative Office:

  • Tel: 020 8714 4086 or 4085

  • Fax: 020 8714 4162  


An answering machine operates when our administrative staff is on the phone or away from the desk. Please ensure you speak clearly after the phone leaving: 

  • Name, surname (spell any difficult words) 
  • Contact Telephone Number     
  • NHS number
  • Brief reason for your call  

Address: 

Teddington Memorial Hospital
Hampton Road
Teddington
TW11 0JL

Opening times:  

Monday to Friday: 8:00am - 4:00pm, not including Bank Holidays.

All referrals should be made using the HRCH referral form through the relevant Single Point of Access service for Hounslow or Richmond: 

 

Referral information: 

When referring, please include the following information:

  • Type of wound

  • Treatment - historical and current

  • Completed wound assessment form or detailed information regarding wound care   

 
  • Edwin Chamanga - Tissue Viability Service Lead