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Patient Information Leaflets

Use the menu to find patient information leaflets for a specific department or service.

Other information leaflets

About the consent form - This leaflet explains what consent is and aims to answer any questions you may have.

Blood transfusion - Information for patients following a blood transfusion

Clinical Biochemistry - Information and advice about collection of blood, urine and stool samples

John's Campaign - This leaflet aims to help family or friends who usually care for a loved one with dementia to continue doing so if they are in hospital.

Overcoming nicotine addiction - taking the first step

Pressure ulcer and treatment

Preventing blood clots (Venous Thromboembolism) when you are in hospital

Preventing blood clots (Venous Thromboembolism) when you had a lower limb injury

Seasonal Influenza (Flu) 

Your Experiences Matter
Easy Read version of Your Experiences Matter
How to say thank you, make a comment, get an answer to a concern or make a formal complaint

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York Emergency Department (A&E)

The current entrance to the Emergency Department (A&E) is closed and a new entrance at the south of the building is in operation.

Arrive at Entrance 1, the main entrance to York Hospital signposted from Wigginton Road, and park in the multi-storey car park.  A new pedestrian exit has been created at the end of the car park. Follow the green line on the floor to the emergency department. Please see our website news for more information about arrivals to A&E.