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Thames Hospital release re flooding

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Thames Hospital Media Release * 30th July 10.30am

Many Thames Hospital staff were unable to get to work today because of road closures due to flooding. Some of those at work today may have to leave early to attend to family and property and also avoid being stranded.

Clinics at Thames Hospital continue today as planned. Some patients have rung and deferred for today and tomorrow. Please contact Thames Hospital if you are unable to attend on 07 868 8881.

For women about to deliver a baby, please keep in contact with your midwife. Accommodation at Thames Hospital will be available for anyone in early labour.

For any concerns, please ring your GP. Thames Hospital emergency department is for emergencies only.


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