NHS Patients, staff and visitors must continue to wear face coverings in healthcare settings.
Patients are being given control of when they see a hospital clinician in a new initiative in Dudley. The new scheme means that rather than being called for routine follow-up appointments, patients will be able to decide if, and when, they need to be seen.
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We are delighted to say that our brand new acute medical unit – Rainbow Unit – is opening on Wednesday 10th November 2021. To help us open the unit efficiently and safely, and help our patients settle in, we are suspending visiting for a short time to AMU and ward A2. Find more details here.
A new COVID-19 vaccination site in Dudley is set to open on Wednesday 29 December, to help accelerate the booster programme in the Black Country and West Birmingham.
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When wearing your face mask, please remember to wear it correctly.
We know that coming to hospital right now may make you nervous. Be assured that we're doing everything we can to keep you safe on all our sites. Watch our video to see all the important measures we've put in place.
From Monday 22nd June, all patients who are Blue Badge holders will get free parking. If you are a Blue Badge holder, please press the “I” intercom button at the exit barrier and quote your Blue Badge number to security.
If you haven’t had your first dose yet – and are aged 18 or over – there is a vaccine with your name on it, so please come forward and make an appointment.
If you have had your first COVID-19 vaccine then your second dose is now due at eight weeks. Click here to find out more.
Here at The Dudley Group NHS Foundation Trust we fully understand the importance of women having the support of a partner or companion during key appointments, scans and while receiving inpatient care. For information regarding maternity lateral flow tests, click here.
Visiting is being restricted with immediate effect to all general wards and departments at Russells Hall Hospital in the light of rising cases of COVID-19 and increasing transmission of the omicron variant.