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Welcome

Working together to provide outstanding care for our community

Welcome

Working together to provide outstanding care for our community

Working together to provide outstanding care for our community

Welcome

National lockdown restrictions do not affect services at the Royal Berkshire Hospital. We are open for business as usual and it’s important that if you have an appointment booked, or need emergency treatment, you still attend as planned.

We are seeing a rise in the number of patients who are testing positive with Covid but, as with the first wave earlier this year, we are managing them safely and separately from other patients, so the hospital is a safe place for you to attend for treatments or appointments.

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We are seeing a rise in the number of patients who are testing positive with Covid but, as with the first wave earlier this year, we are managing them safely and separately from other patients, so the hospital is a safe place for you to attend for treatments or appointments.

All information about the community vaccination hubs can be found here.

The first group of people to receive the vaccination are those aged 80 and over along with health and care teams. The vaccination will, over time, be offered to large groups of other people* as part of the biggest mass vaccination programme in the NHS history.

In line with government guidance, all staff must wear a face mask when on site and all patients and visitors should wear either a face mask/covering for the duration of their visit. If you are able to, please bring a mask/covering with you or ask a member of staff who will be happy to assist. Thank you for helping us reduce the spread of the virus.

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