The Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust has signed the contract to build and deliver the new Chase Farm Hospital with Integrated Health Projects - a joint venture between Vinci Construction UK and Sir Robert McAlpine.
David Sloman, chief executive of the trust said: “We look forward to working with Integrated Health Projects to deliver a state of the art hospital that will enable the trust to deliver 21st century healthcare to the local population for many years to come.”
The new hospital will have world class facilities for elective (non-emergency) care, diagnostics, out-patients, an urgent care centre, planned elective surgery and post-operative care, women’s services, an older person’s assessment unit and rehabilitation facilities.
Construction work will start in the next few weeks. Enabling works to prepare the site (including demolition of unused buildings and alterations to some of the internal roads) have been ongoing since last year.
Image: Chris Hamer, managing director of Vinci, David Sloman, chief executive, Caroline Clarke, chief finance officer and deputy chief executive and Anthony Aikenhead, chief executive of Sir Robert McAlpine
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