Everyone should be able to access our services, including our website. The Equality Act (2010) explains your rights and our legal responsibilities to people with certain protected characteristics.
The W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines and the NHS Accessible Information Standard help us make our services better for you.
The Accessible Information Standard can be found on the next page.
Languages and translation
You can use Google Translate to automatically translate informaton into your language (it's the button in the top left of this site).
Where we've published information in other languages on a page, we've used Google Translate. If you want to contribute a better translation, tell us via Twitter, Facebook or email
Google Translate is not always 100% accurate. If you're concerned about your health, speak to your GP. In an emergency, call 999.
How we have tried to make our hospital, community clinics, services and information (including leaflets and websites) accessible.
Finding your way to clinics
We have partnered with an organisation called AccessAble.
Web Content Accessibility Guidelines
We want to make our website as accessible as possible to everyone – and we’d love your help.
If you find anything that affects the way you use or access our site or the information we publish, tell us. You can leave a comment at the bottom of the page, send us a Tweet, tell us on Facebook, or email us.
We aim to meet W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines, level 2 (AA rating).