The Queen Elizabeth Hospital Kingís Lynn NHS Foundation Trust is committed to ensuring access to services for everyone.
We try to ensure that the HTML pages on our website conform to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) Level "AA".
We are working on improving the accessibility of those pages that do not conform.
If you have difficulty accessing any of the pages on the site please email email@example.com explaining the problem that you have encountered.
The site's layout takes into account users who are visually impaired or have difficulties using a mouse. It is compatible with popular screen reading software.
All links on the website should open in the same window, apart from links to external sites.
We aim to make this site easy to understand. If you have difficulty understanding any of the content, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
On all pages, you can move between links using the 'Tab' key on the keyboard. To tab through the links in the opposite direction, key 'Shift+Tab'. Once a link is highlighted, key 'Enter' to follow the link.
If you have difficulty reading this website you can switch to a high contrast version or remove the images, to do this follow the appropriate link at the top of this website.
You can increase the size of the text on this website by using tools built into your browser.
Internet Explorer users: select the 'view' option at the top of the page, choose 'text size' and pick either larger or largest.
Mozilla and Firefox users: select the 'view' option at the top of the page, choose 'text size' (in Firefox version 3 and above choose 'Zoom') and use the 'increase' function until the text is a satisfactory size.
You can change the text size in other browsers in similar ways.
As well as HTML web pages, this site includes files to download in formats such as Adobe PDF, Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel. We try to make these files as accessible as possible for everyone.
If your computer is not installed with the appropriate reading software you can download it using the links below:
Do you need help in making the web easier to use? There are many ways you can change your browser, computer, keyboard and mouse settings to make the web more accessible for you.
Further information on getting the most out of the internet is available on the Royal National Institute for the Blind website.
The AbilityNet website has helpful advice on customising your computer.
The BBC site My web My way has up-to-date information on how to optimise your web experience on a wide variety of platforms. Start by clicking on the relevant operating system of your computer.
You can use the Google Translate tool to translate the content of this website, this tool can be located at the bottom right hand side of each page of our website.
We are continuously seeking to improve the accessibility of the website. If you have any difficulties using this site that you believe we could address, please let us know. Contact us at this address: email@example.com. It would be helpful if your e-mail contained the following: