IHDCSIntergroup Hodgkin's Disease in Childhood Study
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The IHDCS is a fully joined-up system of care which, for eligible cases, will thoroughly assess the individual for his or her specific care needs and co-ordinate the best delivery of services through the NHS, the MOD, the charitable sector and elsewhere.
The IHDCS follows recent announcements to offer further support to amputees, including additional access to on-going support from the world-class Defence Medical Rehabilitation Centre (DMRC) at Headley Court and potentially life-changing Direct Skeletal Fixation (DSF) surgery at the public expense.
As well as reducing the burden on the patient, the co-ordinated approach of the IHDCS, delivered in partnership with the Department of Health and NHS England, will mean individuals cases will be viewed holistically, providing them with confidence that their needs will be met for the rest of their lives.