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UK government confirms 40 new hospital schemes

UK government confirms 40 new hospital schemes

Under a major initiative of building new hospitals, the Government of UK has unveiled 40 major hospitals projects. It lists out to build them by 2030 with an initial package worth £3.7bn. Also, the govt. adds eight more projects in the days to come.

The government is seeking to develop new standards to help standardize the design of new hospitals. These new standards will also speed up the build by using modular construction methods.

Here’s the list of 40 new hospital schemes taken up by the government:

Under construction (4 projects) 
1. Midland Metropolitan HospitalMidlands
2. Cumberland Cancer HospitalNorth East
3. Royal Liverpool HospitalNorth West
4. 3Ts Hospital, BrightonSouth East
Pending approval                            
5. Moorfields Eye HospitalLondon
6. Northgate Hospital, Morpeth, NorthumberlandNorth East
7. Greater Manchester Major Trauma HospitalNorth West
8. Defence and National Rehabilitation CentreMidlands
HIP 1 (6 projects to be delivered by 2025) 
9. Princess Alexandra Hospital, HarlowEast of England
10. Watford General HospitalEast of England
11. Whipps Cross University HospitalLondon
12. Epsom and St Helier University HospitalsLondon
13. University Hospitals of LeicesterMidlands
14. Leeds General InfirmaryYorkshire
HIP 2 (26 projects to be delivered by 2030) 
15. West Suffolk Hospital, Bury St EdmundsEast England
16. East Sussex Healthcare NHS TrustSouth East
17. Royal Berkshire Hospital, ReadingSouth East
18. Milton Keynes HospitalEast England
19. The Hillingdon HospitalLondon
20. Hampshire Hospitals NHS TrustSouth East
21. St Ann’s Hospital, DorsetSouth West
22. North Manchester General HospitalNorth West
23. Dorchester Community Hospital, DorsetSouth West
24. Poole Community Hospital, DorsetSouth West
25. North Devon District HospitalSouth West
26. James Paget Hospital, Great YarmouthEast England
27. Kettering General HospitalMidlands
28. Queen’s Medical Centre, Nottingham HospitalMidlands
29. Royal Preston and Lancaster Royal InfirmaryNorth West
30. Bournemouth Community Hospital, DorsetSouth West
31. Musgrove Park Hospital, TauntonSouth West
32. Torbay District General, TorquaySouth West
33. Addenbrookes Cancer hospitalEast England
34. Royal United Bath HospitalSouth West
35. Cornwall Children’s HospitalSouth West
36. Derriford Emergency Care HospitalSouth West
37. St Mary’s HospitalLondon
38. Charing Cross HospitalLondon
39. Christchurch Community hospital, DorsetSouth West
40. Shotley Bridge Hospital, DurhamNorth East

The biggest hospital building programme in a generation stands to be the Health Infrastructure Plan (HIP). Under this program, around £2.8bn investments helped six new hospitals to be built after it was launched in September 2019.


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