Patients have been told not to attend CT, ultrasound or MRI scan appointments over the weekend amid a ‘ransomware’ cyber attack on the NHS.
At least 16 NHS organisations in England have reportedly been affected by the attack, which NHS England has declared a major incident.
Nottingham’s Queen’s Medical Centre and City Hospitals are not directly affected, but shut down some systems on Friday as a precaution.
The hospital's A&E department is still open as normal.
A Kings Mill Hospital spokesman said: "Due to the suspected cyber attack nationally our computer systems have been shut down as a precaution, but our A&E services remain open, please use them wisely.
"If you have a CT, ultrasound or MRI scan appointment with us over the weekend please do not attend. If services resume we will call you.
"If you have an outpatient appointment (not a scan) with us over the weekend please attend as normal unless we contact you."