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Our emergency departments are extremely busy

Our emergency department are expected to remain very busy over the weekend. Please only come to our EDs in a real emergency so we can focus on the patients who really need us. Find out where you can get the care you need quicker on our get the right care for you page.

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We’ve been praised for our improvements in identifying and treating sepsis

We’ve been praised as being one of the most improved trusts in the country in how quickly our staff identify and treat sepsis. ...

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Pedal for Patients

For all you cycling enthusiasts out there put 29 April on your calendar and sign up to our very first fundraising cycle ride! ...

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Premature babies at Queen’s Hospital benefit from funding boost

A generous community group has donated almost £500 to our Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at Queen’s Hospital. ...

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Trust placed in Financial Special Measures

We can confirm that as of today (Friday 9 February), our regulator, NHS Improvement; has made the decision to place our Trust in special measures for finance as a result of current challenges around t...

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We’re currently seeing an extremely large number of very sick patients in our emergency departments (EDs).

It is extremely important that our expert teams prioritise the most critically ill patients, so please only come to our EDs in a real emergency, for example, choking, chest pain, black outs or severe ...

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