Have you received care or treatment at the Royal Cornwall Hospitals Trust during the Coronavirus Pandemic? If the answer is yes, then The Patient Experience Team at the RCHT would like to hear from you.
The NHS is calling on people living and visiting Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly to have fun, stay safe and if they need health care to use the most appropriate service as it gears up for a very busy ‘bank holiday-style’ weekend.
Our Emergency Department (ED) at the Royal Cornwall Hospital is going through some changes. We are preparing for the anticipated seasonal pressures, as well as being ready to respond to a potential second wave of Coronavirus. Building work started on 1st June, to extend and refurbish the Resuscitation Unit (Resus) and the Rapid Assessment and […]
As soon as your baby is born, we carry out all the necessary checks and assessments. Most babies are healthy and do not need specialist care. If you have your baby in the consultant-led unit or birth centre, you can usually go home a few hours after the birth. If you have had a caesarean […]
The outpouring of appreciation for our treasured NHS has been one of the silver linings to emerge from the cloud of the Coronavirus pandemic. The weekly doorstep clap has been a moving gesture for all key workers and of course many have chosen to raise funds or make donations to their local hospitals.