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East Lothian community hospital set for October start

September 27 2016

East Lothian community hospital set for October start
NHS Lothian has confirmed its intent to begin construction of a £70m community hospital next month after financial contracts were signed with the Scottish government.

The Keppie designed facility is being delivered in partnership with the East Lothian Health & Social Care Partnership to facilitate collaboration between staff and improve services currently offered at Roodlands and Herdmanflat.

Health secretary Shona Robison said: “The new hospital will be a significant addition to the local healthcare facilities available in East Lothian – bringing services back to the area and helping more patients get treatment closer to home. I look forward to work getting underway and seeing this fantastic new facility become a reality.”

First phase works will see a number of existing buildings demolished to allow construction of a new outpatient department and combined endoscopy/surgery suite.


A Local Pleb
#1 Posted by A Local Pleb on 27 Sep 2016 at 14:12 PM
I despair, what a bland and sterile proposal!
Gammon Joint
#2 Posted by Gammon Joint on 29 Sep 2016 at 18:35 PM
Offt.....why do Keppie keep getting projects when they keep churning out mince like this?

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