The new Chase Farm Hospital is due to open this autumn. Patients and the public are invited to find out more about the redevelopment at an event being held in Enfield later this month.

More than 400 construction workers are on site each day working hard to finish the work. Landscaping works are well underway and the construction of the new road junction to the front of the hospital is nearly complete.

The building work is due to be completed by early June and services will move into the new building in phases over the summer months before the hospital fully opens in the autumn.

The hospital will offer out-patient services including diagnostic tests, musculoskeletal therapies and women’s services. There will also be an urgent care centre, an older persons’ assessment unit, endoscopy and services for medical day cases, including a chemotherapy unit. The hospital will also be the location for most of the trust’s elective (planned) surgery.

If you would like to find out more about the redevelopment there will be a presentation by the hospital’s chief executive, Natalie Forrest and medical director, Alan McGlennan, on Tuesday, 13 March, from 6.30-8pm at the Dugdale Centre, Enfield. There will also be the opportunity to ask questions. If you are interested in attending please email