If you are eligible for PTS we will provide transport to Leighton Hospital and treatment centres locally, including Manchester and Merseyside, and the rest of the country. This includes regular journeys for dialysis for example, and specialist centres elsewhere in the UK.
If you are not sure your appointment is covered, please call the General Enquiry line on 0345 425 0050 [Option 2]. Our team will be able to advise you.
0345 425 0050 [Option 1] allows you to make a new booking or amend an existing booking. Option 2 is for general enquiries. This office is open from 08:00 to 18:00, Monday to Friday.
You will be asked a number of questions to determine your eligibility for PTS, and to ensure we send the appropriate staff and vehicle.
When calling please ensure you have your appointment details to hand, as well as your GP practice and NHS number. All calls are recorded.
Post : Patient Experience Team, West Midlands Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust, Waterfront Way, Brierley Hill. DY5 1LX
The 70 and 72 services, to and from Nantwich bus station, will operate every 90 minutes from 9am to 4.30pm, with the last service leaving Hankelow at 5.16pm.
Craig Browne, Cheshire East Council deputy leader and cabinet member with responsibility for strategic transport, said: “We have listened to representations made by local communities and ward members and have taken these steps to reintroduce these services.”
If you’re returning from hospital, we make sure you have everything you need for your first 24 to 72 hours back at home.
We may then provide up to 12 weeks of support depending on the level of help you need. Please see page 2 below for more details by clicking in the bottom left corner to turn the page.Red Cross
The Red Cross services are based around all the local hospitals. Our friendly, caring teams provide free, confidential and practical support to people in the first few weeks after discharge from hospital or after an illness. Staff and volunteers visit people in thier own homes to help them regain their confidence and get back to normal life. We can also offer support to carers who may need a few hours’ break to meet friends or go shopping.
Please call 01270 255141 ext 2789 or email: Leightonsupportathome@redcross.org.uk
We also operate AccessEquip which provides transport for people who are unable to travel to an independent living centre or retail shop to select equipment due to restricted mobility or lack of transport.
This service covers Nantwich and the surrounding rural areas, provided they are within the Cheshire East boundary. For help with accessing equipment please contact us:
ADCA provides welfare support to vulnerable and socially isolated adults and older people and their carers within Audlem and District, promoting social inclusion, community participation and independence.
We are based in the Audlem Public Hall Annexe.
We are always looking for more volunteers to join us in our work!