All services at Chase Farm Hospital will remain open while we construct the new building.
In order to make this possible, in July and August 2015 we moved various services to new locations on the hospital site to make room for the upcoming building works. These services will now remain in their new locations until they move into the new hospital in 2018.
What services have moved?
The below table sets out what services have moved and where they are now located.
|Older person's assessment unit||Highlands wing|
|Sleep and lung function clinic||Highlands wing|
|Rheumatology out-patients||Rheumatology, urology and pain centre|
|Blood clinic||Clocktower building|
|Urgent care centre||Urgent care, women's and children's centre|
|Paediatric urgent care, paediatric out-patient clinic||Urgent care, women's and children's centre|
|GP out of hours service (Barndoc)||Urgent care, women's and children's centre|
|Antenatal care, including scans||Urgent care, women's and children's centre|
|Gynaecology and colposcopy clinic||Urgent care, women's and children's centre|
Where is the urgent care, women's and children's centre?
Most services that have moved can now be found in the urgent care, women's and children's centre, formerly known as the medical block.
The urgent care, women's and children's centre is located immediately opposite the Hunters Way entrance to the hospital site.
The nearest bus stop is Harefield Close (Stop C), served by 313, W8 and W9.
Are the urgent care centre opening hours affected?
No, the urgent care centre is still open every day between 8am and 10pm.
Where can I park?
There are pay-and-display patient and visitor parking areas by the urgent care, women's and children's centre.
The multi-storey car park is available as normal.
What do I do if I have questions?
If you have any queries relating to service relocations, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.