The Royal Berkshire Hospital in Reading has been named as the nation's fastest centre for heart attack treatment. Its cardiac team has helped patients within two hours of being called to help them - giving them the best chance of survival.
New figures reveal that 90.2% of Royal Berkshire Hospital patients underwent primary angioplasty within 120 minutes of calling for help.
The figures are from the Myocardial Ischaemia National Audit Project (MINAP).
Managers at the Royal Berkshire Hospital in Reading are introducing visiting restrictions to protect patients from coming into contact with the Norovirus.
Vistors are being asked to only come to the hospital if it is essential. The plea is part of an effort to stop the bug spreading. Parents whose children are patients in the children's wards may visit but should not bring their children's brothers or sisters with them.