Coronavirus guidance

If you think you may have symptoms of Coronavirus, follow the national guidance and self-isolate for seven days. We have Introduced a number of measures and changes to help delay the spread of the virus and maintain essential health services for those that will continue to need them during these unprecedented times. If you, or a member of your family has tested positive for Coronavirus, please find resources to aid your/their recovery on our Coronavirus - Supporting your recovery page.

Latest news

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Visiting restrictions eased in our hospitals

We have eased visiting restrictions across our hospitals and from Tuesday 4 August, each patient will be allowed one visitor of their choice for one hour per day. There will be no set visiting ti...

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First-time Derby mum thanks Team NICU for their outstanding care

A mother whose new-born son spent the first four weeks in our Neonatal Intensive Care Unit has thanked the incredible staff for the solid support that they provided him with in the early stages of his...

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In memory of Kim Cobb née Love

We are very sorry to announce the sad passing of Kim Cobb from Head and Neck Unit at Royal Derby Hospital due to illness. Kim had worked for the Trust for 41 years and will be known to many as Kim Lov...

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Derbyshire Blood Bikes volunteers help keep valuable UHDB service on track throughout Covid

More than 500 UHDB patients have been able to access support at home for a “debilitating” sleeping disorder throughout the Covid-19 pandemic – thanks to the help of charity Derbyshir...