Information for Professionals


The following page aims to direct professionals to relevant information regarding the local Teesside Cystic Fibrosis services and national Standards of Care

The Teesside Cystic Fibrosis service operates a strict segregation policy in order to minimise the risk of cross infection to our patients. This is in line with the ‘Standards of Care’ document produced by the CF Trust

Appointments are allocated to these clinics based on the patients sputum microbiological status. If patients need to be seen outside routine clinic times, this is facilitated by the Specialist Nurses or CF Physiotherapist.

Clinic Information

Monday AM James Cook University Hospital
Friarage Hospital – every 8 weeks
Monday PM
(Adolescent Clinic)
(NTM Clinic)
James Cook University Hospital
4pm or 5.30pm – every 8 weeks
Tuesday AM
(Annual Review Clinic)
James Cook University Hospital
8.45am, 9.45am or 10.45am
Tuesday PM
(Adolescent Clinic)
James Cook University Hospital
4pm or 5.30pm – every 8 weeks
Friday AM) University Hospital of North Tees – every 8 weeks
Hartlepool Hospital – every 8 weeks

The child or young person will be seen by a consultant, nurse specialist, dietitian and the physiotherapist at each routine clinic visit. See SOP for Routine clinic appointment 

We welcome all health care professionals with an interest in Cystic Fibrosis to attend the CF clinics to facilitate their learning around the issues of CF and its impact on the child and their family. If you are a professional working in our trust and would like to attend a clinic please contact the CF nurses on 01642 854684 to arrange this. A basic understanding of Cystic Fibrosis will be expected

Documents for Professionals

The following documents have been written for the benefit of health professionals and will therefore contain information that is technical and may be difficult to understand if you don’t have specific training. You are welcome to read the documents but if there is anything that worries you or you don’t understand please talk to the CF team.

Local Standard Operating procedures

CF Trust Consensus Documents

The following information have all been produced by a panel of CF experts, members of the CF Trust, parents of child(ren) with CF or adults with CF. They describe the method of treatment for people with CF that is currently considered the best.

Other useful information