Our community, children’s and mental health services are still here to support you.  Some of our services may be doing things a little differently during the pandemic, in line with national guidance for healthcare settings, but we are still here to support you 

What we are doing  

  • We may be offering different options for you to use our services like video and telephone consultations, where appropriate.    
  • If we need to change how we provide our services, we will always contact you first. 
  • If your healthcare professional asks you to attend an appointment at one of our clinicsplease do not visit the site if you, or any of your household, are experiencing any of the symptoms of coronavirus.  
  • As restrictions are being lifted and we move through the roadmap, we are still encouraging all patients, visitors and staff to continue to wear face coverings, continuing to wash their hands and to follow social distancing guidelines in healthcare settings. This includes hospitals, GP practices, dental practices, optometrists and pharmacies.
  • Our sites have clear measures in place including clear signage to ensure social distancing, clear screens to separate areas and wearing personal protective equipment (masks) to keep everyone safe.

Please watch our film to see how we are making our Trust sites safe. The film is also available with Polish,   Bengali, Pashto, Punjabi and Urdu subtitles.

Useful information  

About our services:  

  • If you need to contact our services, please use the contact information in your appointment notification, or find out who to contact in ‘our services’ directory. 
  • If you are using one of our services, we will contact you if there are any changes you need to know; you can also see updates for different services by searching in ‘our services’ directory. 
  • If you need to contact us directly, please see the contact uspages. 

About coronavirus: 

  • For the latest information from the Government seewww.gov.uk/coronavirus. 
  • For the latest information on coronavirus, including symptoms, see www.nhs.uk 
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