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Send a message to your loved one

We know it is a worrying time for everyone at the moment. With visitor restrictions in place across our hospitals, it is even more of a distressing time for those who have loved ones in hospital. We want do all we can to ease those worries.

Speaking to someone about your relatives care

Please do not call the hospital about your loved ones care. Our medical teams will always ensure the next of kin is informed of any developments - you will not receive a call each day.

Communicating with your loved one

We encourage the use of personal mobile phones and tablets to stay in contact with your relative whilst they are in hospital. If they do not have their own device we may be able to supply one.

You can also send messages, photos or a digital card to to your relative by using our online form - all responses will be printed off and shared each day.

The digital cards below were kindly designed by Bow and Bell. Please select from the options in the form if you'd like to share one of these with your loved one in hospital.

Send a letter or photo to loved ones

Message to loved one cards

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  1. Tara Paun Thursday, 6 May 2021 at 05:24 PM

    Dear Sam, sending you lots of love and positive energy! Hoping you have a really speedy recovery, stay strong! Love you, Tara xxxxx

  2. Doug Maffei Saturday, 8 May 2021 at 09:41 PM

    Hi Dad. I’m thinking of you and wishing you the speediest recovery. I’m sending you all my love.
    From Doug xxxxx

  3. Sini Rinne-Kerridge Tuesday, 11 May 2021 at 02:32 PM

    Dear Jenny,
    we are all wishing you a speedy recovery! Virtual wish from the Support and Services team x