Managing the impact of the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic is our number one priority at the moment. We are doing all we can to resolve issues as they arise and support our staff, service users, carers and families.
These are unprecedented times and we are acting quickly in response to rapidly changing advice, guidance and situations to keep our services running, our staff safe and supported, and our care compassionate.
We are here to support you and, in line with national guidance, we may need to do this differently. All our resources are focused on maintaining the quality of our services in these difficult times. You can read more about what we are doing below.
This is a challenging time for us as an organisation and for the NHS and our partners in local government, charities and communities. Together we can get through this.
Every decision we make is with the safety and wellbeing of our staff and the people we care for in mind. Being open, honest and transparent is a core Trust value so we will do all we can to keep you informed. Thank you for your support. Stay safe, stay at home if you can and follow the national guidelines on social distancing, they will help us succeed.
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