Addenbrooke’s Hospital computer network issues now resolved

PUBLISHED: 17:48 05 March 2018

Addenbrooke's Hospital has gone into high alert

Addenbrooke's Hospital has gone into high alert

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Computer network issues at Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge have now been resolved after a ‘major incident’.

The incident which happened earlier this afternoon resulted in the closure of the A&E department.

Just after 5.30pm a message was published on the Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Trust website, which said: “Cambridge University Hospitals can confirm computer network issues have now been resolved.

“However, patients are advised that our Accident and Emergency department is still extremely busy and as a consequence we remain in major incident.

CUH would like to thank patients and staff for their support during this incident.”

If you intend on going to A&E, go to cambridgeshireandpeterboroughccg.nhs.uk/news-and-events/campaigns/choose-well-stay-well for a list of alternative hospital sites.

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