Junior doctors, consultants and radiographers will all take industrial action on different days throughout July.
It will affect 13-18 July, 20-22 July and 25-27 July.
The British Medical Association (BMA) and Hospital Consultants and Specialists Association (HCSA) have announced strike action for junior doctors from 07:00 on Thursday 13 July until 07:00 Tuesday 18 July.
BMA and HCSA consultants are taking strike action from 07:00 on Thursday 20 July until 07:00 on Saturday 22 July.
Meanwhile the Society of Radiographers (SoR) has announced industrial action for radiographers. They will strike for 48 hours from 08:00 on Tuesday 25 July until 08:00 on Thursday 27 July, which will affect our cardiology, radiology and bronchoscopy services.
The five-day walkout by junior doctors - who comprise half of all doctors in the NHS - is the longest in NHS history.
We are now entering the eighth month of industrial action across the NHS and staff continue to work hard to provide patients with the best possible care under the circumstances.
To ensure patient safety and minimise risk during this period, we will need to reduce activity throughout our hospital, allowing us to care for people in most urgent need of our services.
We will prioritise resources to protect as best as possible emergency and urgent treatment such as cardiac arrests, transplantation, critical care, and cancer.
We will contact you
If you were booked for an appointment or procedure during this time and it needs to be postponed, our team will contact you to confirm this.
We are working hard to re-arrange a new date for you as soon as possible and you will receive a new appointment letter when this is confirmed.
If we have not contacted you, please attend your appointment as planned.
Choose services wisely
The NHS is asking patients to choose services wisely during industrial action and take simple steps to help ensure care is available to patients who need it most.
GP practices will be open during the junior doctors and consultants strike. Please continue to attend your GP and dental appointments, unless you are contacted and told otherwise.
Pharmacies also remain open.
Frequently asked questions (FAQs)
Why are the strikes happening?
Trade unions representing some NHS staff are in dispute with the Government over the 2022/23 pay award. A number of the unions have balloted their NHS members to take part in industrial action.
More information and FAQs can be found on the NHS England - information for the public webpage.