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Continence Advisory Service

Our Service

The Continence Advisory Service is staffed by Nurse Specialists, known as Continence Advisors. They have in-depth training and expertise to offer assistance and advice for those who have problems controlling their bladder or bowel.

The Continence Advisory Team offers a range of services:

  • Continence Clinics
  • Community Prostate Assessment clinics (GP referral only)
  • Educational and Training programmes
  • Continence product advice
  • Information resource centre
Continence Clinics

Confidential help and advice is available within the community at Continence clinics run by the Continence Advisory Service.

Detailed assessment is undertaken at the clinics by the Specialist Nurse who is specially trained in helping people with bladder or bowel problems. The service has an open referral system which means that anyone can telephone or write for an appointment – Contact Details can be found at the bottom of the page.

Clinic Times

Northern Sector:

  • Monday: Shantallow Health Centre – morning / Waterside Health Centre – afternoon
  • Tuesday: Waterside Health Centre – all day
  • Wednesday: Shantallow Health Centre – all day
  • Thursday: Strabane Health Centre – all day / Shantallow Health Centre – afternoon
  • Friday: Roe Valley Out-patients – morning

Southern Sector:

  • Monday: Omagh Hospital and Primary Care Centre – all day
  • Tuesday:  South West Acute Hospital – all day
  • Wednesday: South West Acute Hospital all day / Omagh Hospital and Primary Care Centre – all day
  • Thursday: South West Acute Hospital – morning
  • Friday: South West Acute Hospital – all day / Omagh Hospital and Primary Care Centre – all day

Although it is not necessary for your doctor to make a referral, he/she will be informed of your attendance and subsequent assessment but only after you have granted permission. The sharing of information with your GP is important in ensuring you receive the most appropriate treatment. We can, if necessary, put you in touch with other professional services that may be relevant to your individual problem.

A comprehensive continence assessment will be carried out by the Nurse at the clinic and will usually include the following:

  • Symptom history
  • Analysis of bladder record chart
  • Diagnostic investigations (for example urine tests, bladder scans)
  • Physical examination

Further Information

For further information on any of the services we provide please contact:

Rectory Field Offices

19b Limavady Road

Londonderry BT47 6JU

Tel: 028 7134 9355

Further Resources

Continence Patient Information Leaflet

Locations where this service is delivered


Continence Advisory Service - Northern Sector

Continence Advisory Service, Rectory Field Offices, 19b Limavady Road, Londonderry, BT47 6JU

Call us02871349355

Continence Advisory Service - Southern Sector

Continence Advisory Service, Coleshill House, 2 Coleshill Road, Enniskillen

Call us02866344057