To help protect our patients from the spread of Norovirus and to reduce the risk of bed closures as a result of this infection we are encouraging parents not to bring their children (under 12 years) to the hospital in March.
Robinson Way, the main ring road round the campus, will be reduced to a single lane along two stretches to allow for resurfacing.
Three Addenbrooke's nurses have had their posters accepted at next week's Florence Nightingale Foundation annual conference.
Dr David Baguley, head of audiology has been honoured as a Visiting Professor at the University of Toronto.
For the first time children will be given the power to make decisions in the running of a clinical research facility.
The number of people attending A&E is growing yearly in Cambridgeshire.
Last year over 130,000 people attended A&E, at an average cost of £125 per visit. Over a third of these people left without having any treatment or needing follow-up treatment.
By choosing an alternative to A&E for minor injuries or illnesses you will allow A&E staff to look after people with serious or life-threatening conditions.
You can get convenient, expert, confidential advice and treatment for a wide range of common complaints from your high street pharmacy without having to wait for a GP appointment, or go to A&E.
Make sure you are prepared in case of illness, A range of common illnesses and injuries can be treated at home simply by combining a well-stocked medicine cabinet with plenty of rest.
If you become unwell or are injured make sure you choose the right NHS service so that you get the best treatment.
|Self-care||treating minor illnesses or injuries themselves
|Calling NHS Direct||for round the clock health queries and information about local services|
|Local pharmacist||advice for treating common winter illnesses and the best medicines to use|
|Visiting their GP||for medical advice, examinations or an illness or injury that require prescriptions|
|NHS walk-in centre||for treating minor illnesses and injuries that do not require an A&E visit and without needing an appointment|
|A&E or dialling 999||for serious illness or injuries considered to be critical or life threatening|
You can also go to www.nhs.uk to check symptoms, find local services, get health information and for health news.