Works fin­ish at Stam­ford Hos­pi­tal

The Peterborough Evening Telegraph - - NEWS -

The fi­nal phase of £2 mil­lion re­de­vel­op­ment works at Stam­ford Hos­pi­tal has fin­ished.

Con­trac­tors Ayres & Gard­ner handed the project over to Ma­tron and Site Man­ager Sue Brooks on Friday.

The works, which started in De­cem­ber, have seen a new MRI scan­ner in­stalled, a re­fur­bished health clinic, an en­larged blood test area and a new Chemo­ther­apy and Lym­phoedema suite. There have been im­prove­ments to the re­cep­tion area and phys­io­ther­apy gym.

Mrs Brooks said: “For the past eight months we have watched the re­de­vel­op­ment of our hos­pi­tal take shape. As each of the three phases has com­pleted, we have been able to see how much th­ese newly ex­panded and re­fur­bished ar­eas will ben­e­fit our pa­tients - from the in­stal­la­tion of the new MRI scan­ner in Jan­uary, to our most re­cently de­liv­ered Chemo­ther­apy and Lym­phoedema suite.”

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