Chronic Liver Disease


The number of people who die from liver disease in Salford is one of the highest in England. The years of life lost to liver disease in Salford is 44.5 - compared to the national of 16.3. The number of people who are admitted to hospital, and readmitted, is also above the national average and people are staying in hospital for longer. 

 

Below is a summary of the standard for chronic liver disease. Please click the PDF below to read the full explanation and additional details.  

 

What you should expect from your GP practice: 

 

  • If you are suspected of having chronic liver disease (CLD), you will be referred to the Abnormal Liver Function Tests clinic

  • The practice will make sure clinicians are aware of the new CLD pathway and clinics

  • Clinical staff will be allowed to take part in the training and support available

  • The practice will follow referral guidelines from Salford Royal

 

Download full details of Standard 1.6 Chronic Liver Disease