Superhospital takes shape

04 Apr 2013

With less than two years until the South Glasgow Hospital Campus is completed, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde say the project is bang on schedule and on budget.

When it is completed in February 2015 the new hospital will be one of Europe's biggest.

The campus will feature an 1109-bed adult hospital and 256-bed children's hospital with maternity services.

All acute services will be transferred to the Govan site from the Western Infirmary, Yorkhill, Stobhill Hospital and the Victoria Infirmary.

Alan Seaborne, Project Director, said: "For a project of this size it couldn't really be going better.

"This is a publicly funded project, it's not PPI, so everyone is focused on how well the hospital is going to run."

With work on the main buildings at an advanced stage, the internal fit-out is now progressing.

Source: Evening Times - Glasgow's £842m superhospital takes shape

 

 

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