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  IMPORTANT INFORMATION

Get the right treatment over Easter

Call NHS 111 for advice on all family healthcare issues by telephoning 111 or use the following services: 

Timberhill Health Centre, Castle Mall, Norwich, NR1 3DD
• NHS walk-in service treating minor illness and injury
• Open 7am to 9pm, 7 days a week
• Tel:  01603 611786

Cromer Minor Injuries Unit, Mill Road, Cromer, NR27 0BQ
• NHS service treating minor injuries eg minor wounds, burns or simple fractures
• Open 8am to 8pm every day over the Easter holiday

 

Visiting restrictions due to Norovirus

The highly contagious norovirus stomach bug is currently circulating widely in the community.  There is not a blanket visiting ban in place, however visitors are asked to:

• Only visit the hospital if it is absolutely necessary, preferably family members only and not bring in children aged under 12 years.
• Not visit the hospital if they have had a stomach bug or been in close contact with someone who has over the previous three days.  Please wash your hands with hot water and soap.    


Welcome Video
Hospital Welcome Video
17 April 2014
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Introduction

We are proud of our top-rated hospitals but they can be even better with your help. We are a NHS Foundation Trust and you can play an important part by becoming a member (it's free).

For more information about what being an NHS Foundation Trust means please visit our Foundation Trust pages.

Our hospitals are judged among the best in England for quality of care and we hope our award-winning website will help you find the information you need about the services we provide at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital and Cromer Hospital.

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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.

Speak Out Safely
Latest News

Patient Choice Award

We are encouraging members of the public to nominate those hospital staff who have gone the extra mile in providing care at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital or Cromer Hospital.

The nominations for the Patient Choice Award are designed to recognise the efforts of those special employees who demonstrate exceptional patient care. This might be great kindness, professional expertise or expert patient care.

Click here for details.

Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital Leads the way Image17 April 2014
An evening with amazing people’ being held for second
For the second year running, the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital (NNUH) is inviting the public to join them for "An Evening with Amazing People" from 6.30pm to 8.30pm on Thursday 22nd May in the Hospital’s Benjamin Gooch Lecture Theatre.
15 April 2014
Norman Lamb MP launches new community hearing clinics
North Norfolk MP and Health Minister Norman Lamb will be launching two new community hearing clinics with the Norfolk Deaf Association today (15th April).
14 April 2014
Lions go the extra furlong for cancer appeal
West Norwich and Taverham Lions Clubs are holding a charity supper and race night to raise vital funds for the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital’s (NNUH) Targeted Radiotherapy Appeal which will benefit local cancer patients.
What's Happening Next...
24 April 2014 
Council of Governors   Board Meeting or AGM
The Council of Governors meets regularly to discuss issues which affect the Trust.
26 April 2014 to 26 April 2014
Supper and Race Night   Social Event
Supper and Race Night organised by Norwich & Taverham Lions at the main NNUH Restaurant (Level 1 West Atrium) to raise money for Targeted Radiotherapy Appeal.
10 May 2014 
The Big C Centre, Norwich, Information day for cancer patients   Other
The Big C Centre, Norwich, Information day for cancer patients

- offering help and support to anyone living with and beyond cancer, and those who care for them

12 May 2014 to 14 May 2014
Spring GP Refresher Course   Postgraduate
A 3 day Refresher Course for GPs