Acute StrategyPortsmouth Hospitals and Isle of Wight NHS Trust working in partnership to provide services for people living on the Isle of WightAmbulance StrategyThe Ambulance Strategy sets out our vision, focusing on improving the service we deliver to the whole community. As part of our ongoing strategy we aim to engage with a variety of stakeholders including, but not limited to, our community, our service users, our staff, commissioners of our services, along with colleagues from SCAS and partners of our Trust.Community StrategyThe Community strategy provides an opportunity to outline the focus of the Division over the next three years to take us closer to a future-fit community health service.Digital StrategyHealthcare is evolving to embrace the digital world and take advantage of technologies to look after every citizen with innovative ways that provide safe care. As a result, technology is helping the health economy transform the way we deliver care.Estates StrategyThis Estates Strategy sets out how the Trust will ensure it has a fit for purpose estate that enables delivery of our clinical strategy and the organisation’s wider five-year plan.MHLD StrategyMental Health and Learning Disabilities strategyPeople and OD StrategyThis strategy sets out a vision to make our organisation a great place to work in a culture where our people can thrive and provides clear aims and objectives to make this happen.
From Friday 8 July 2022, all patients, staff, and visitors are asked to wear a face mask at St Mary's Hospital and all other Trust sites.
This is in place to help protect our patients, staff and community.
We would like to thank everyone for their support, and to be assured that the COVID-19 measures are regularly reviewed.
Our visitor policy allows patients two visitors a day, for up to an hour.
This applies to all wards. Visiting slots can be pre-booked between 10am and 8pm.
This will be reviewed regularly based on the current situation at St Mary's Hospital alongside the latest guidance from UK Government and NHS England.
Those with symptoms of a respiratory infection, including COVID-19, and a high temperature or who feel unwell, should try to stay at home and avoid contact with other people until they feel well enough to resume normal activities and they no longer have a high temperature.
If your symptoms are serious, or get worse, contact NHS 111.