The Humber Neurology Service is a joint service between Hull University Teaching Hospitals and Northern Lincolnshire and Goole NHS Trust.
A neurological condition affects the brain, spine and/or nerves. These systems control your mind and body. So they can affect the way you think, feel, and interact with the world. And they can affect anyone at any age. We care for adults over 16 years old with many conditions including:
- Movement disorders
- Multiple Sclerosis (MS)
- Neuro muscular disorders
- Memory disorders
We run a mixture of general and specialist clinics and give acute care to in-patients within the hospital.
This is a centre for excellence in headache care. So we also take part in the trials of new medications for different headache disorders.
Your appointment and health records
We hold appointments at these locations:
- Hull Royal Infirmary
- East Riding Community Hospital
- Diana Princess of Wales
- Scunthorpe General Hospitals
Your appointment may be face to face, over the telephone or via video link using Attend Anywhere.
Patients Know Best
Patients Know Best allows you to store your health records safely online, and all in one place. This gives you instant access and better control of your important information, such as letters, appointments and care plans. Building an online record of your health can help keep you and those involved in your care updated more regularly. This can lead to better decisions about your health and the care that you need.
To change or cancel your appointment call 01482 604444
Your MS Questionnaire
Your MS Questionnaire is designed to help you and your Neurology Doctor or Nurse know if there have been any changes in your MS symptoms and any impact they are having on your day to day life.
You can also use this questionnaire to review your symptoms over the last 6 months before you have your appointment with a member of the Neurology team.
- NHS website - about Multiple Sclerosis
- MS Society
- Multiple Sclerosis Trust
- Shift.MS - online social platform for people with M.S.
- Overcoming Multiple Sclerosis - lifestyle management in M.S.
- The MS Blog - research in MS