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Services at Shropshire’s two acute hospitals are returning to normal after severe weather caused the cancellation of Outpatient appointments and non-emergency operations today.
Practices are trying to operate business as usual today although some practices may need to adjust their services or revise their opening details and services if the weather begins to deteriorate - please check your local practice’s website for more information.
Heavy snowfall across Shropshire, followed by freezing temperatures, has led to the cancellation of Outpatient clinics and routine procedures at Shropshire’s two acute hospitals.
An improved model for midwifery led care to provide a wider and more accessible service for local mums and their families is being proposed by Shropshire and Telford & Wrekin CCGs following a major review.
People are being asked to think twice whether they need to attend A&E in Shrewsbury or Telford.
Hospital bosses at The Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital NHS Trust (SaTH), which runs the Royal Shrewsbury Hospital (RSH) and Telford’s Princess Royal Hospital (PRH), are urging people only to attend if they are ‘seriously unwell or critically injured’.