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United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust has cancelled all routine activity in its hospitals tomorrow while work continues to restore their computer system.
Outpatient appointments, diagnostic tests and routine operations will all be cancelled.
They say their teams will be in touch directly with anyone whose appointment is able to go ahead as scheduled.
The Trust has released a statement saying following Friday's computer shutdown, they are now able to carry out scans as normal.
They are asking people to attend their appointments as planned.
The United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust is cancelling all 'routine activity' on Monday (May 15th) and has issued the following statement:
Health trusts in the region affected by the cyber attack are urging people only to attend their A and E departments in an emergency.
Hospitals include Lincoln, Grantham, Boston and Sherwood Forest Trust.
In Lincolnshire, all outpatient appointments, endoscopies, CT and MRI scans have been cancelled for this weekend. The Trust says it is working hard to resolve problems.
Staffordshire Police have shared information on how to protect your data after the NHS attack.
- Make sure you have regular back-up copies of all your files.
- Use the various recovery options available for your computer or device. The best option is an external hard drive that isn't connected to the same network.
- Make sure you keep your system up to date by installing the updates from the supplier.
- Remember to look out for an suspicious emails or text messages.
Due to a 'mayor' cyber attack affecting NHS computers across the UK. Staffordshire & Stoke-on-Trent Partnership Trust say their computer systems are currently down.
They are advising patients to use the numbers listed below if they have an urgent need for community services.
- North Staffordshire & Stoke on Trent - 07580 127911
- Litchfield, Tamworth, Burnfield and East Staffs - 01827 475828
- Stafford and Cannock - 07989 596549 (Friday, Saturday, Sunday 6pm - 8am)
- Stafford Services - 07876 547239 (8am - 6pm)
- Seisdon - 07970 792690
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Accident and Emergency departments are open to deal with serious and life-threatening conditions.
One surgery has no access to medical records.