If you need emergency medical attention for things like stroke, serious injury, or severe chest or abdominal pain our A&Es departments are open, operational and safe if you need us.
Coronavirus: if you have symptoms - a new continuous cough, a high temperature (above 37.8 degrees) or a loss/change in your normal sense of taste or smell - please stay at home and follow the Public Health England guidance for staying at home for more information.
Important visiting information: Keeping patients and our staff safe is our top priority during the COVID-19 pandemic. Please read our visitors page before coming to the hospital.
If you have an appointment at one of our hospitals, please attend alone unless essential; exceptions are a single parent for a child, or an adult Carer.
For further updates see our Coronavirus information page.
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