Queen Elizabeth II Hospital provides a wide range of benefits that greatly improve the level of patient care our clinical teams can provide.
It is built to the very latest healthcare standards and, for the first time, all of our services will be under one roof once the move is complete. This helps our emergency services, in particular, to provide care precisely when and where it is required.
Despite its size, the hospital is designed to operate on a human scale, putting our patients at ease. Care based on the needs of patients
The new hospital is designed specifically around the needs of patients and visitors, making coming to hospital easier and more pleasant. For example, there are dedicated patient and visitor lifts, with other lifts available for staff and the moving of goods. The new hospital allows us to support new ways of working that benefit both patients and staff.
The new design also greatly improves our ability to prevent infection, as it gives us greater ability to protect or isolate patients who have a higher risk of picking up a bug or passing one on to others.
Wards have clinical hand wash stations at their entrances to highlight the need to wash hands before entering and leaving.
Building the new hospital has allowed us to invest in the very latest equipment, bringing our services right up-to-date with the latest medical advances available to the NHS. This means the latest diagnostic scanners, new theatre equipment.
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