Good Hope Hospital, Sutton ColdfieldBack
The new extension, called Ward Block One, is a £16.5million investment, and the first part of the hospital’s 10 year development programme. Constructed under an NHS ProCure21 framework for client Heart of England Foundation NHS Trust, the four-storey block is linked to the existing Accident and Emergency department in order to improve the hospital’s operational efficiency and patient flow. It extends the Accident and Emergency department on the ground floor, and accommodates ward areas as well as. These include a Clinical Decisions unit, fifteen treatment bays, three consulting rooms and a medical records room. In addition to this, the first floor incorporates a state-of-the-art I.T.U. and high dependency unit with eighteen treatment rooms, a coronary care unit on the second floor and a ward to house elderly patients on the third floor.Mechanical Contractor: Shepherd Engineering Services Ltd.