Welcome to our Rotherham Wheelchair NHS Clinic
Rotherham Wheelchair service is part of Blatchford Wheelchair Services, we have a team of specialist clinicians including an Occupational Therapist and Senior Rehabilitation Engineer along with a team of administrators who are dedicated and committed to delivering a high quality and efficient service.
Services We Provide
Blatchford provide the clinical service for the Rotherham wheelchair services. This includes wheelchair and special seating assessments for children and adults with mobility and postural needs. We also provide pressure care cushions and accessories for wheelchairs and buggies.
Where Will the Assessment Be Carried Out?
Assessments take place in a variety of locations e.g wheelchair centre, home, day centre, school and E consultations.
When Will I Receive My Equipment?
Your equipment may be supplied directly from referral. Alternatively for service users requiring assessment you may receive the equipment directly at your clinic appointment or alternatively you will be allocated a handover appointment to set up your equipment to meet your needs.
Any qualified healthcare professional can refer to the service, e.g., GP, district nurse, physiotherapist and occupational therapist. All referrals are reviewed by our clinical team and prioritised. One your referral has been reviewed you may be supplied directly with your equipment, or you may be invited to an assessment.
Where do I go if I am not eligible for a wheelchair?
For wheelchair users who require a wheelchair for short-term use (less than 6 months) the Red Cross offer a hire service in the Rotherham area.
For all queries, please contact
Alternatively there is the opportunity to privately hire a wheelchair. If you require help and support please contact our office and our team will be able to help you
Other service users who would like to explore the option of funding via voluntary services then check the links below.
If you have a general query on funding of your wheelchair then please contact the Duty clinician on the main REWS telephone number or e mail.
Health and Well-being
We have wheelchair weighing scales that are available for ANY wheelchair user to access to support them on their weight management journey and weight passports to help you track your progress.
For NHS national support on useful health and well-being links see the link below:
How To Make a Complaint
This leaflet explains how to complain about the treatment or service you have received.
Support and advice for adults in Rotherham
RotherHive provides a range of verified practical mental health and wellbeing information, support and advice for adults in Rotherham.