Do you need a PSC specialist?
Once you know you have PSC, you may wish to consider finding a PSC specialist. You are entitled to ask for a referral for specialist treatment on the NHS.
Generally speaking, if your PSC is asymptomatic (has no symptoms) and stable, you can be seen in a general clinic. If your PSC is complex or symptomatic, talk to your doctor about being referred to a hospital with PSC expertise /conducts PSC research.
The following map and list show hospitals that are known to us as having an interest in or experience of PSC. In addition, many of the doctors in our Expert Panel are leading PSC specialists.
Hospitals with an interest in PSC or experience with PSC
- Birmingham - Queen Elizabeth Hospital
- Cambridge - Addenbrooke's Hospital
- Cardiff - University Hospital of Wales
- East Kilbride - Hairmyres Hospital
- Edinburgh - The Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh
- Leeds - St James University Hospital
- Leicester - Leicester Royal Infirmary
- Newport - Royal Gwent Hospital
- Nottingham - Queen's Medical Centre
- London - Royal Free Hospital
- London - King’s College Hospital
- London - University College Hospital
- London - St Thomas' Hospital
- Newcastle - Freeman Hospital
- Norwich - Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital
- Oxford - John Radcliffe Hospital
- Portsmouth - Queen Alexandra Hospital
- Swansea - Singleton Hospital