Join us this summer on Sunday 11th June to help raise money for our children’s appeal by taking part in our 5k Superhero Fun Run and attending our family fun day!
In order to protect both staff and the public, it remains compulsory for face masks to be worn in all clinical areas, including outpatient departments. If you are visiting any of our Trust sites, please do not attend if you have any flu or cold like symptoms or feel unwell. If you are a patient and feel unwell please call prior to attending your appointment.
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This week one of our critical care charge nurses Emmanuel Ebrada (Manny) was visited by his Commanding Officer (CO) Col. John Bell who presented him with the prestigious CO’s coin.
Parents are being urged to look out for signs of viral respiratory infection in their children following a rise in cases in the borough.
RSV, as it is also known, is a common viral infection in young children. It is the most common cause of bronchiolitis, an infection of the lower airways, in children aged under two.
Cases were low last year, due to lockdown, but with the easing of restrictions cases are expected to rise over the coming months and into winter.