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Salisbury Foundation Trust

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Hospital virtual and telephone appointments cannot currently be held due to national IT system fault


16 September 2022
Due to a nationwide issue with some IT systems today Salisbury District Hospital is unable to hold any virtual/telephone appointments. The national fault means that at present we are unable to contact patients to cancel or rearrange. A national team is working on the fault and all impacted patients will be contacted once the system is operational again. We are incredibly sorry for the worry and inconvenience this will have caused. Thank you for your patience and cooperation.
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Patient services arrangements for Bank Holiday Monday 19th September


13 September 2022
Following the announcement from His Majesty that Her Late Majesty’s funeral, taking place on Monday 19th September will be a national Bank Holiday, Salisbury District Hospital is working on arrangements for our services and staff.
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Essential maintenance of Breamore Ward


02 September 2022
Essential maintenance of Breamore Ward at Salisbury District Hospital means patient care will be temporarily transferred to South Newton Hospital.
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Critical Incident at Salisbury District Hospital stood down


18 July 2022
The Critical Incident at Salisbury District Hospital was stood down at 4:55pm on Friday, 15th July. However, we continue to encourage our local community to help reduce pressure on the hospital, and only attend A&E if they are experiencing a life threatening condition. Alternatives to A&E include the Salisbury Walk in Centre and NHS 111 online and by phone.  For minor illness local community pharmacists can provide advice and a range of over-the-counter medicine and treatments.
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Salisbury Hospital declares critical incident


14 July 2022
At 07:50 this morning Salisbury Hospital declared a critical incident due to multiple operational pressures including increased length of ambulance delays, increased staff sickness and increasing number of patients awaiting to be discharged to another setting. To reduce pressure on the hospital, we would like to strongly encourage our local community to help us by only attending A&E if they are experiencing a life threatening condition. Alternatives to A&E include the Salisbury Walk in Centre and NHS 111 online and by phone.  For minor illness local community pharmacists can provide advice and a range of over-the-counter medicine and treatments.
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Our staff at Salisbury District Hospital have long been well regarded for the quality of care and treatment they provide for our patients and for their innovation, commitment and professionalism. This has been recognised in a wide range of achievements and it is reflected in our award of NHS Foundation Trust status. This is afforded to hospitals that provide the highest standards of care.

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