In light of this week’s rail and tube strikes, we would like to let our patients and visitors know that our services remain unaffected and will be open. All scheduled appointments and services will be running as usual.

If you are visiting us, please leave plenty of time to get to your appointment as there may be delays to your journey.

Staff will be coming in, as usual, to ensure our patients get the care they need. The Trust has put a number of measures in place to ensure these staff are unaffected, so please be reassured that they will be available to deliver your care.

If you live near enough and you are physically able to do so, please also consider walking or cycling. You could also consider taking the bus, as bus services are expected to run as usual.

For visitors and patients, our car parks will be open as usual – but please note they will be busy.

To manage the expected demand for car parking spaces on Tuesday 21 June there will be a drop off and collect only facility in the main visitor car park St George’s for the day. Blue Badge spaces will be provided as normal. If possible, ask someone to drop you off to free spaces up for people most in need.

To find out more about the strikes and how they may affect you, visit National Rail’s website.