The RUH is currently very busy
Coming to the RUH during COVID-19
Flu jabs in pregnancy
Voting now open for the public governor elections
The RUH is currently very busy


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Get Involved:  With our charities, hospital radio, and art at the RUH
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In line with government guidelines, all outpatients and visitors to the RUH are asked to wear a face covering. You may notice that staff are also wearing face masks.

If safe, inpatients can have one visitor a day for one hour. All visits must be booked with ward teams a day ahead. Read our visiting arrangements. Please do not come to the hospital if you or someone you live with has coronavirus symptoms. Follow the self-isolation guidelines.

If you cannot attend an appointment, contact us using the contact form or the number on your appointment letter.


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