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COVID-19 useful information
Please use the NHS website for general health information about COVID-19 and when to seek medical help.
If you are attending one of our hospitals to visit a loved one, to attend one of our emergency departments or for an investigation, e.g. radiology/endoscopy, you need to wear a face mask, which are freely available at all our sites. However, you are no longer required to wear a face mask when entering the hospital for routine outpatient appointments or in non-clinical areas, such as the canteen or coffee areas.
Please help to keep our patients safe by not coming in to our hospitals if you have Covid-19 or flu like symptoms.
Visiting in maternity
COVID-19 latest figures
Last updated 28/09/2022
As we learn to live with Covid in our hospitals and in the community, this data will no longer be published from 30 September 2022.
Confirmed and suspected COVID-19 patients currently inpatient Trust-wide
COVID-19 patients currently in critical care
Clinical service information
A number of our clinical services have produced Covid-19 specific advice for their patients.
- Audiology services
Audiology services offer a postal service for batteries and or tubing replacements, contact the team for replacements to have them posted to you.
- Bereavement services
- Learning disability services
- Maternity services
If you are due to have a baby, please visit our coronavirus maternity webpage for up to date information about maternity services at this time.