Some outpatient services transferred out of Altrincham Hospital due to coronavirus crisis

The Railway Street hospital was opened in April 2015
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Some outpatient services are being moved out of Altrincham Hospital due to the coronavirus crisis.

Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust said that, with effect from yesterday, outpatient services, physiotherapy, Phlebotomy Service and the Walk-In Centre would be transferred to Trafford General Hospital.

A spokesman said: “From April 1, we will be temporarily re-locating some outpatient services from Altrincham Hospital to Trafford General Hospital.

“This is so that we can use our staff and resources to support the increased need for critical care.

“The services which will temporarily re-locate are outpatient services, physiotherapy, Phlebotomy Service and the Walk-In Centre.

“A number of services will continue to be provided from Altrincham Hospital including the Renal Dialysis Unit and Ophthalmology Uveitis Clinics.”

“We understand this that this may cause disappointment or concern and all patients who are affected will be contacted directly.

“We would like to thank everyone for their continued support to the NHS at this particular time.”

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