Advice to visitors about Norovirus
The highly contagious norovirus stomach bug is currently circulating widely in the community, and we are restricting visiting to our wards to help protect patients. Visitors are being given the following advice, though there is not a blanket visiting ban in place:
Only visit the hospital if it is absolutely necessary, preferably family members only
Go to only one ward at a time
Do not bring in children aged under 12 years
Do not visit the hospital if you have had a stomach bug or been in close contact with someone who has over the previous three days
Wash your hands with hot water and soap this is essential for all visitors.
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Speak Out Safely Campaign
NHS Norwich Clinical Commissioning Group and the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital have jointly signed up to the Nursing Time’s Speak Out Safely campaign.
Click on the logo for details.
Norfolk fundraisers donate £100,000 to support prostate cancer treatment
The Norfolk and Waveney Prostate Cancer Support Group (NWPCSG), has contributing the sum of £20,000 for the benefit of local patients with prostate cancer during their Annual General Meeting held on 13 April at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital (NNUH).
Visitors to NNUH are asked to avoid wards affected by Norovirus
The highly contagious norovirus stomach bug is currently circulating widely in the community, and the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital is restricting visiting to its wards to help protect patients.
Conference on biofilms
Consultants from the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospitals (NNUH) and scientists from the University of East Anglia (UEA) are hosting the first international conference focussed on biofilms in prosthetic joint infection next week.
Council of Governors meeting Board Meeting or AGM
The Council of Governors meeting is held in public.
Medicine for Members talk on joint replacements Other
A talk on joint replacement surgery with Mr John Nolan, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, from 6pm to 8pm on Thursday 30th April.
Information Day for those living with and beyond cancer. Board Meeting or AGM
Big C Cancer Support & Information Centre
Information Day for those living with and beyond cancer.
Saturday 9th May 2015 10.00 15.30
Charity Golf Day May 16th Charities
Charity Golf Day in aid of Mulbarton Ward part of the NNUH Charity at Cretingham Golf Club on Saturday 16th May at 0830 Tee Times from 0900. All welcome, any ability, Mens, Ladies or Mixed Teams. Member of Cretingham Golf Club £20 Non Member £30 includes: coffee and bacon roll on arrival.