We have strict processes in place to ensure that we keep our patients, visitors and staff safe from the spread of infection. Please ensure that you follow this advice when visiting our hospitals.
From 3rd August at Peterborough City and Stamford Hospitals visiting restriction will be lifted in some areas. Visiting restrictions will be lifted at Hinchingbrooke Hospital on the 10th August.
Please continue to check our updates on social media and our website to ensure that you have the most up to date information.
Upon arrival you must ensure that you wear a face mask or covering on the hospital site. If you haven’t got a face mask, these can be purchased from retail outlets at Peterborough City Hospital and at Hinchingbrooke Hospital and a face mask can be purchased in exchange for a donation at Stamford Hospital.
When entering the hospital please ensure that you sanitise your hands via the dispensers provided, follow the directional signage that has been installed on the floors and walls and keep 2 metres apart from others.
If you have a medical condition which exempts you from wearing a face mask or covering, but still wish to visit, or you need to attend an appointment, please contact the ward manager or the department in advance to discuss the risks and obtain advice. We advise that you wear a face visor, which you will have to provide for yourself.
No children under the age of 16 are permitted to visit at this time. However end of life patient requirements will be based on individual cases.
Our restaurants are currently unavailable for patients and visitors to use. However, you can purchase refreshments from the shops and food outlets on our sites. At Stamford Hospital, the Friary Coffee Shop is a staff only area, however they are providing a takeaway service for visitors.
Anyone who is feeling unwell, has a cold or has had diarrhoea and/or vomiting within the previous 48 hours is asked NOT to come to hospital.
Further information about our visiting guidelines can be found here