If you have symptoms of coronavirus (COVID-19) – a high temperature, a new continuous cough, or a loss of, or change in, your normal sense of smell or taste (anosmia) – the advice is to stay at home for 10 days. All members of this household should remain at home for 14 days.

If you think you have symptoms, please do not attend your hospital appointment until you are advised it is safe to do so. Please contact us to rearrange your appointment, or to re-organise treatment and tests.

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Options Magazine - Autumn 2020

This guide is intended to help you, your carer and your relatives understand how your local health services can help you after discharge from hospital. Also, information to help you live independently or access support and care services in your area.

The gift of life - Janet and Carol's organ donation stories

This Organ Donation Week (7-13 September 2020) we spoke to two local people whose lives have been touched by organ donation. Janet Tilford, who received a life-saving liver transplant, and Carol Donaldson, whose son James' decison to donate his organs after his death has saved people's lives.


Nottingham buildings turn pink to raise awareness around organ donation

Many well-known Nottingham buildings will be in the pink on Wednesday 9th September to mark national Organ Donation Week, which runs from 7th -13th September this year.

The annual campaign, run by NHS Blood and Transplant services, aims to raise awareness of organ donation - the life-saving impact it has, and to encourage people to discuss the issue with loved ones and register their wishes online.

“Every second counts” – breakthrough in hospital image sharing great news for trauma, stroke and cancer patients

An innovative new image sharing system has been launched which gives hospital clinicians across 5 NHS Trusts in the Midlands instant access - for the first time ever - to patient images, scans and x-rays regardless of which hospital they were taken in.

The new cloud-based system means specialists can now assess the images and scans of patients with life-threatening conditions such as major traumas and stroke in real time and at a distance.

Senior research nurse awarded PhD studentship

Shellie Radford is a Senior Research Nurse in the Nottingham Biomedical Research Centre. She has recently been awarded a PhD studentship which will see her investigate the use of Small Bowel Ultrasound scanning in Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) outpatient clinics at Nottingham University Hospitals.

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