The maternity unit at Warwick Hospital has received a cash boost of £200,000 to help make improvements, some of which were suggested by patients.
Funding from the Department of Health was given to the Trust after a proposal was put forward to improve accommodation for parents and better facilities for bereaving families.
Further restrictions have been enforced at Warwick Hospital following an outbreak of the winter vomiting bug, norovirus.
The hospital was hit by the virus in October last year, following a review of the outbreak hospital bosses have decided to close affected wards to the public.
Some wards have reopened to visitors at Warwick hospital following an outbreak of Norovirus.
The decision to welcome visitors back to the unaffected wards in the hospital was taken following a review of the virus outbreak in the hospital.
The hospital has been closed to visitors for a week while staff ensured they had contained the virus, also known as they winter vomiting bug.
Visitors are only allowed between 6pm and 8pm to the following wards:
- Farries Ward
- Guy Ward
- Squire Ward
- Avon Ward
- Charlecote Ward
- Nicol Unit at Stratford Hospital
- Arden Court at the Helen Ley Centre
The hospital is asking visitors to read the guidance which can be found here before visiting.
An outbreak of what is suspected to be Norovirus, also known as 'the winter vomiting bug', has spread at Warwick hospital.
The hospital has suspended visitors until further notice.