Our Emergency Department is extremely busy. 

If you need medical care or advice that is urgent but not an immediate, genuine emergency, please visit https://111.nhs.uk/ or call 111 first so trained NHS 111 advisors can tell you the best place to be seen quickly.

Please remember there is also the Urgent Treatment Centre at Seaton House, NG2 4LA.

Arts at NUH

The Arts Coordinator is responsible for the development, implementation and evaluation of an arts provision and associated initiatives to improve the health care environment and experience primarily for patients who have dementia, their carers and staff through the use of all forms of visual and participatory arts within NUH sites.

The role is kindly funded by Nottingham Hospitals Charity. For more information please contact Megan Dawes, Arts Coordinator, via email at megan.dawes@nuh.nhs.uk

Community Support

To search for arts organisations and groups in Nottingham City, please visit the Ask Lion directory.

To search for arts organisations and groups in the Nottinghamshire County, please visit  the Notts Help Yourself directory.

To find out more about Nottingham Hospitals Choir (open to NHS staff and general public), please click HERE.

City Arts Blue to Green - find out more HERE

Latest News and Updates

Keep track of our latest news and updates below:

  • RITA  (Reminscence Interactive Therapy Activities) has arrived on our HCOP wards! This is an award winning digital therapy and patient experience technology. Read more about RITA HERE.
  • Wolfson Cystic Fibrosis Centre and City Arts partnership project 'Colours of Life' draws to a close. Read all about it HERE. Thank you to the funders, Nottingham Hospital Charity.
  • To thank everyone in our local community that took part in our Christmas performances, Nottingham Hospital Charity have kindly put together a video that can be viewed HERE.
  • Take a look at our NEW arts and activities posters to help inpatients and outpatients access resources: 

An image of a poster which shows arts and activities that you can access in the hospital including music services and e-books. A QR code and link to website included. An image of a poster which shows arts and activities that you can access in the hospital including music services and e-books. A QR code and link to website included

 

RITA

RITA is here!

RITA stands for Reminiscence Interactive Therapy Activities. RITA is a computer/tablet device with activities on and is available on all Healthcare of the Older Person wards.

On RITA, you can access games, music, films, picture activities, historical sporting clips and much more!

Please ask a member of staff on the ward for RITA if you are a patient, carer or visitor. 

 

RITA poster for patients which includes the text above.