Supporting our NHS and cutting waiting lists, part one - Five new Hospitals

Great to see plans for five more new hospitals, including one in Yorkshire and one in the North West.

Today the government announced that five major hospitals are to be rebuilt as part of an investment of over £20 billion in new hospital infrastructure across England - ensuring our NHS is fit for the future and helping to cut waiting lists.
Hospitals built using reinforced autoclaved aerated concrete have served patients for decades, but new research indicates that this material needs to be replaced.
That is why the government announced today that five new major hospitals will be rebuilt across England - including the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Norfolk, Hinchingbrooke Hospital in Cambridgeshire, Frimley Park Hospital in Surrey, Airedale Hospital in West Yorkshire, and Mid Cheshire Hospital in Cheshire.
This announcement means patients will be able to get the care they need in brand new facilities, serving communities for decades to come as we cut waiting lists.



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