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DAWN OF A NEW ERA - Good Hope Hospital


GOOD Hope Hospital has unveiled its much-heralded new Acute Medical Unit. 

The £3.2 million project has expanded the size of the AMU facility so that patients will be promptly assessed and directed to the most appropriate setting for their ongoing treatment and care. 

The Greswolde team carried out the work to strip out two existing wards, integrating these into an adjacent ward to transform them into a purpose designed new unit. 

Sutton Coldfield MP Andrew Mitchell visited Good Hope Hospital site as work started to celebrate the dawn of a new era. 

The hospital serves more than 450,000 people in north Birmingham, Sutton Coldfield and a large part of south east Staffordshire. 

“It was very satisfying to be part of such an important NHS project,” says Greswolde’s MD Malcolm Priest. 

Complex healthcare projects are a growing part of the Greswolde portfolio.

Previous developments include Good Hope’s Musculo-Skeletal Centre and Keele University School of Medicine’s extended Anatomy Skills Facility