Pulmonary Rehab Community Services
When you have Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) or a lung problem, you can find it difficult to move around or do your normal daily activities without getting breathless. Our Pulmonary Rehabilitation team aims to help you cope with your breathlessness and to feel stronger and fitter at the same time.
This service provides case management, including integrated, multidisciplinary assessment and treatment through person-centred care plans, in line with case management strategies.
Pulmonary Rehabilitation programmes consist of exercise and education to help patients improve their quality of life by monitoring and managing their condition.
These are delivered in clinics across the county and patients are offered a choice a venues.
This service is for people aged over 18.
Accessing our service
Referrals can be made by GPs, practice nurses, community matrons, consultants, hospital respiratory nurses and other health professionals.
Daybrook Baptist Church
Monday and Friday mornings, 10am - 12pm. There is a rolling programme every six weeks, with two sessions per week.
Hucknall Leisure Centre
Wednesdays 11:45am - 1:45pm and Fridays 1:15pm - 3:15pm. The programme is for six weeks, with two sessions per week. A new programme will start every two to three months.
Park House Health and Social Care Centre
Monday afternoons 1 - 3pm and and Thursday mornings 10am - 12pm. A new programme will start every two to three months. The programme is for six weeks, with two sessions per week.
Telephone: 0300 0830 100.