Asthma care in the NHS
How to get the best from the NHS
Learn how you can work together with different NHS services to get the best care and manage your asthma well.
Find out about moving from child to adult asthma services, why it’s important to have a transition plan, and who can support you
What do you do if you don’t feel happy with your asthma care? Here we outline how you can give feedback or make a complaint to the NHS.
Find out how your GP or asthma nurse can refer you to other NHS services like stop smoking services, weight loss clinics, allergy testing and asthma specialists
Find out how doctors, nurses and other healthcare professionals can help you manage your asthma well.
Here we look at what's involved when someone with a life-threatening asthma attack is admitted to an intensive care unit for emergency care.
Ambulance staff are not just there to get you to hospital as quickly as possible. They're also trained to treat your asthma.
Find out how you'll be cared for in hospital and the best way to look after your asthma after you've been discharged.
What happens when you go to A&E (accident and emergency) with asthma? Learn how your asthma might be treated by the NHS in an emergency situation.
If you live in the UK asthma care is free on the NHS. Here we look at why some people with asthma decide to go private.
If you have severe asthma or asthma that's difficult to control your GP might refer you to receive specialist asthma care. Read more about what this means.