Industrial Action affecting services at Winchester, Andover and Basingstoke

Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (HHFT) is aware some of the unions have announced they will be taking strike action on Monday 24 November 7am to 11am (Society of Radiographers 8am to 12noon).

This is part of the national industrial action in response to national pay. This is not a dispute against the Trust but part of the national action that the national unions are taking in protest about pay.

Our staff are committed to ensuring our patients are safe at all times and will not do anything that places patients at risk.  We are working closely with the unions and staff to make sure there is minimal impact on patients; however we are expecting some impact on our usual services.

We have rescheduled patients for the services that we know will be affected.  All other patients should continue to keep their appointments and attend for planned treatment. 

We advise patients attending radiography appointments to call the X-Ray department at the hospital they are attending on Monday:

Basingstoke and North Hampshire Hospital: 01256 313471

Royal Hampshire County Hospital, Winchester: 01962 825013

Andover Hospital: 01962 825012

We will publish the latest information here on our website.


updated 19 November 2014 : 4.52pm

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