Hepatitis A Information »

… water or by putting the hands in the mouth. This is different from Hepatitis B or C which are blood borne viruses.

Almost everyone recovers fully from hepatitis A with a lifelong immunity. A very small proportion of people infected with hepatitis A could develop serious complications.

A safe and effective vaccine is available to prevent hepatitis A.

Safe water supply, food safety, improved sanitation, hand washing and the hepatitis A vaccine are the most effective ways to combat …

C Card Scheme »

… on the C Card scheme and to find out where your nearest C Card centre is, please call the Blood Borne Virus and Sexual Health Promotion Team on 01698 377623.

Prevention »

… period.

Testing

There are 3 main services that provide testing for Hepatitis and other blood borne viruses in Lanarkshire (including Hepatitis B and HIV):

NHS Lanarkshire Harm Reduction Team

Provide information and testing on all blood borne viruses and provide access to and disposal of sterile injecting equipment.  For further information contact:

The Harm Reduction Team on 01236 441067

South Outreach Team on 07884 454 961

North Outreach Team on 07810 153 940

NHS …

Prevention »

… cleaned.

Testing

There are 3 main services that provide testing for Hepatitis and other blood borne viruses in Lanarkshire (including Hepatitis C and HIV ):

NHS Lanarkshire Harm Reduction Team

Provide information and testing on all blood borne viruses and provide access to and disposal of sterile injecting equipment.  For further information contact:

The Harm Reduction Team on 01236 441067

South Outreach Team on 07884 454 961

North Outreach Team on 07810 153 940 …

Just Ask »

… health services

engage in high risk behaviour.  

To register with the scheme, contact the Blood Borne Virus and Sexual Health Promotion Team on:  01698 377623