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.
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
Go to only one ward at a time
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
Wash their 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.
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.
NNUH radiographer takes on Seven Day Epic Challenge
A radiographer from the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital is taking part in a 1400km cycle ride from Barcelona to Box Hill this May to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support.
Governors meet on Thursday
The next meeting of the Council of Governors at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital takes place from 2pm to 4pm on Thursday 24th April 2014.
Friends Easter Draw raises money for hospital
The Friends of Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital have organised an Easter Draw to raise much needed funds for wards and departments across the hospital.
Council of Governors Board Meeting or AGM
The Council of Governors meets regularly to discuss issues which affect the Trust.
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.
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
Spring GP Refresher Course Postgraduate
A 3 day Refresher Course for GPs