University Hospital North Midlands

North Staffordshire

Project Value - £305m

Project Sector - Health

UK

About The Project

The University Hospitals of North Midlands Project involved the design, build, finance and maintenance of two new facilities, the Royal Stoke University Hospital which provides combined services from the North Staffordshire Royal Infirmary and City General Hospitals in a single building on the City General Site. The second being a partial demolition and rebuild of part of the Haywood Hospital in North Stoke. The project achieved formal completion in June 2015, the Haywood building opened in 2009 and the Royal Stoke main building opened to the general public in 2012. The Royal Stoke main building has 324 inpatient beds, 40 critical care beds, it has the designated regional Trauma unit, regional Pathology centre, Pharmacy, large outpatients centre, Clinical imaging and a new 14-unit theatre complex. The Royal Stoke site provides a total of 1200 inpatient beds. Haywood Hospital provides 134 inpatient rehabilitation beds for the community.

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