Useful Contact Details
Who can I contact if I am worried about my heart conditon?
Please see the drop down boxes below for the contact details of the nurse specialist teams for Adults and Children in Oxford and Southampton.
The nurse specialists can offer advice and information about your heart condition, signpost you to further sources of support and information and speak to your consultant on your behalf.
If you are unwell you can also seek advice from NHS 111.
If you feel it is an emergency always dial 999.
If you have any questions or concerns about your heart condition, please contact the ACHD nurse specialist team at Oxford on 01865 740412.
If you have any questions or concerns about your heart condition, please contact the ACHD nurse specialist team at Southampton on 023 8120 4739.
If you are worried about your child’s heart condition, please contact our cardiac nurse specialist team on 01865 234985 or via switchboard on 0300 304 7777 bleep 4170 (Monday-Friday 9am-5pm). Messages are checked throughout the day and a member of the team will call you back. Alternatively, you can email the team: email@example.com
If you are worried about your child’s heart condition, please contact our cardiac nurse specialist team via the patient answerphone service on 02381 204659 (Monday-Friday 9am-5pm). Please leave a message for the team with your child’s details and a contact number. Messages are checked throughout the day and a member of the team will call you back the same day or next working day.
If your call relates to your child’s heart condition and is urgent or you require urgent advice at the weekend/evenings about your child’s heart condition, you can contact Ocean Ward on 02381 206470.
If you child is unwell, we recommend you seek advice from NHS 111 who can direct you to the most appropriate service to help you. In an emergency, always dial 999.
Information about common childhood illness and injuries, COVID-19, RSV (Bronchiolitis), and support for children’s mental health can be found on the Wessex Healthier Together website. This provides information about signs/symptoms to monitor for and the most appropriate place to seek advice and support for these childhood illness and conditions.