Our priority is to keep our staff and patients safe during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Following the latest government instructions on social distancing, we can confirm that patients with medical appointments should still attend, unless they have been informed otherwise by the hospital.
Non-emergency surgery and outpatient appointments at our hospitals
Following a continuing rise in the number of seriously unwell Covid-19 patients being admitted to our hospitals, we have taken the difficult decision to reschedule non-emergency surgery and some outpatient appointments. Read more.
Testing for coronavirus before a hospital procedure
The Department of Health and Social Care have provided guidance that sets out how and when to use a PCR home test kit to test for COVID-19 before a hospital procedure.
If you do need to attend an appointment on site ...
... we ask that you attend any appointments alone unless you require essential support. If so, only one other person will be permitted to join you in your appointment.
Please do not attend your appointment if you are symptomatic.
Also, please do not arrive earlier than 15 minutes before your appointment.
Due to advice from the UK Chief Medical Officers, we are rescheduling all second coronavirus vaccination appointments.
Read more about the Covid-19 vaccination.
Our aim is to be here for you if you do contract Covid-19 and require hospital care, but also to treat you and your family safely for your other health conditions while this pandemic continues.
You can find out more about our waiting times online.
Our visiting restrictions
Restricted arrangements for visiting patients remain in place.
What to expect when you come to our hospitals
There are a number of safety measures we have put into place that you can expect when you come to our hospitals.
The Rosie Hospital
For maternity services coronavirus related information, including visiting restrictions please read the Rosie Hospital coronavirus update.