NHS is preparing for Consultant and Junior Doctor strike action (07:00 on Monday 2 October until 07:00 on Thursday 5 October).

Throughout the strike action, patients should attend their appointments as planned at South Warwickshire University NHS Foundation Trust, unless we have advised them otherwise. The Trust will contact patients if their appointment needs to be rescheduled.

No other clinicians can provide cover for Consultants and Junior Doctors make up around half of all doctors in the NHS, with the term covering everyone who is graduated to those who have many years of experience. If you require care during the industrial strike period please do not put off seeking this. However, to enable us to care for the people that need us the most please ensure you are choosing the right service for your needs. Please use 111 online as the first port of call, access GP and pharmacy services and continue to only use 999 if it is a life-threatening emergency. Thank you for your support.


Key information

South Warwickshire University NHS Foundation Trust has a zero tolerance approach to violence and aggression and does not accept any form of aggressive behaviour, including racial abuse, inappropriate behaviour or threatening behaviour towards all staff members, any form of non-compliant behaviour will be pursued through our Violence and Aggression Policy and may lead to a sanction being issued. The Trust works alongside Warwickshire Police and more serious incidents may result in a prosecution.


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