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**Prior notice of changes to our maternity and antenatal/postnatal Clinics**
Please note that as of today, Tuesday 24th March, only one birthing partner will be allowed to be present during the labour, as previously advised.
Birthing partners are able to visit the ward between 3pm-4pm.
We also ask that any ladies attending antenatal clinics or scan appointments, to attend alone.
Please note that from 12 noon on Tuesday 17th March we are suspending visiting on all our general wards.
Exceptions to this are maternity, children's areas and neonatal, where visiting is restricted to parents and birth partners only. Where patients have dementia or learning disabilities, or are end of life, visiting will be agreed on an individual basis so please discuss this with the nurse in charge.
Parents who need to spend the night with their poorly children in hospital in Dudley will be much more comfortable, thanks to fundraisers.
Find out about the Trust's priorities for 2019/20. Check out our plan on a page.
A specialist pharmacist with The Dudley Group NHS Foundation Trust has been awarded an MBE in the Queen’s New Year’s Honours.
The Government have today announced a major multi-year £2.9 billion funding package of additional capital investment in the NHS to provide better service models for patients, integrate care services and renew aging facilities and Dudley has been successful.
Hospital staff who care for people with dementia received a gift for their patients all the way from the USA.
Finds out about the services we offer both in our hospitals and out in community here at The Dudley Group.
Congratulations to Kerri Faulds, Palliative Support Community Nursing Team and the Chaplaincy Volunteers who are January’s Healthcare Heroes winners. This award is our way of saying thank you.
The Dudley Group NHS Foundation Trust is currently treating patients who have tested positive for COVID-19 (coronavirus). Sadly, a man who was being cared for at Russells Hall Hospital, and had tested positive for COVID-19, has died.
The patient, who died on 25th March, was in his 70’s and had underlying health conditions.
His family has been informed and our thoughts and condolences are with them at this difficult and distressing time.