Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust tell us what to expect if visiting hospital
Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust are restarting some clinics but they need everyone to follow new measures to protect you and their staff during Covid-19.
From Monday 15 June, the Government has announced all patients and visitors to hospital must cover their faces.
- You can wear your own mask or use a buff, bandana or scarf tied around your face, providing it covers your nose and mouth.
- All NHS staff will be wearing surgical face masks. Social distancing will be in place with fewer seats in waiting rooms, 2m distance markers on floors and screens at reception desks.
- Ample hand-washing facilities or hand sanitizing stations are in place. Please use them before entering or leaving departments and clinics.
- Please come for your appointment on your own if you can as near to your appointment time as possible. If you need someone with you, please limit it to one person and they must also wear a face covering. They may be asked to wait outside until you’re ready for collection because space is limited.
By taking these steps together and with your support, we can all stay as safe as possible.