Attending your outpatient appointment during the pandemic

As of 30 December 2020, we have moved many of our non-urgent appointments to telephone or online appointments through the Attend Anywhere platform. We will contact you if there is a change to your scheduled appointment. If you have a scheduled face-to-face appointment and would like to confirm this, please contact us using the contact details on your appointment letter.

We are still holding face to face appointments for urgent cases and for some of our services such as Maternity and Oncology. As such, we have introduced a number of changes and precautions in places to ensure our patients and staff are kept safe.

Please also read the latest information on attending your appointment here.

We have also developed a map to help you.

Click here to find out how to get to your appointment

Our visiting restrictions are following government guidelines. Click here to read the latest visiting restrictions.

Our staff will be following the Hands, Face, Space guidance, and we ask that you do too. As such, please ensure you wear a mask when you come to the hospital - if you do not have a mask, then one will be provided when you arrive.

All of our staff will be wearing the relevant level of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) depending on where you are in the hospital, and whether you are an outpatient or inpatient. If you do not think that they are wearing correct PPE or following the guidelines, please speak to them.