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York Adult Cystic Fibrosis Unit


We will use this page to post updates on changes and developments to the CF service here at York, as well as information about local events concerning people living with cystic fibrosis. If there is anything we haven't posted but you would like to know about, please let us know!

Flu jabs

11 Sep 2013

It's that time of year everyone. We'll be getting our flu jabs soon here at the hospital, this helps to protect you when you come through to see us. We also recommend that you get a flu jab done. Your GP should contact you to arrange this; the best time to get it done is usually from the beginning of October to early November. If you don't hear from your GP over the next few weeks, please contact them. If you have a problem getting the flu jab then contact us. You can read more about the flu jab here.

European Cystic Fibrosis conference 2013

03 Jul 2013

Every year there is a European CF conference. This year it was in Lisbon from 12th -15th June and Dr Thomas and Tracey Daniels went to it. The picture may look like we were having fun, fun, fun but we also spent many hours each day in meetings and lectures. We plan to write a summary of interesting talks that we went to so that you are aware of what's happening in the treatment for CF world.

Find us on facebook

07 Jun 2013

Come and find us on facebook for more information about the York adult CF unit and maybe even like us! We can be found at

CF room improvements

29 May 2013

We're pleased to let you know that the CF rooms on ward 34 have been upgraded. The windows have been replaced, wet rooms created, fully redecorated and complete with flat screen freeview television and free wifi. We hope that this makes any stays that you have with us a bit more comfortable.

New clinical nurse specialist for CF

17 May 2013

The new Advanced Nurse Specialist for Cystic Fibrosis, Andrew Booth, started at York CF Unit in May. You can read more about Andrew on the nursing page and you will be able to meet him at clinic and on the ward.

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