Welcome to the Lymphoedema Network Northern Ireland

Key referral contacts

Belfast Health and Social Care Trust
028 9063 8418

Northern Health and Social Care Trust
Telephone: 028 2563 5202

South Eastern Health and Social Care Trust
Telephone: 028 92633737

Southern Health and Social Care Trust
Telephone: 028 3836 0443

Western Health and Social Care Trust
Telephone: 028 8283 3134

View full details on referrals

The Lymphoedema Network Northern Ireland (LNNI) was set up in February 2008 to oversee the development of lymphoedema services across Northern Ireland. 

Our stakeholders include patients, carers, the general public & organisations. Organisations in the network are from the statutory, voluntary, charitable and private sectors.
The network allows our stakeholders to have an active role in shaping future services.
This website provides the following information for patients, carers and health care professionals:


What's in your child's yoghurt?

Children like yoghurts because of their fruity flavour, bright colours and smooth texture. They are easy to grab from the fridge and to pack in to a lunchbox. But are they healthy? How much sugar and fat is in them? There can be big differences.

Natural yoghurt is the best choice to avoid added sugar. Chop up some whole fruit to add sweetness. It’s better to go for lower fat options because most of the fat in yoghurt is saturated fat. It is usually lower in calories too.