Emergency department improvements unveiled at Princess Royal University Hospital

PUBLISHED: 16:17 10 June 2013 | UPDATED: 16:17 10 June 2013

Princess Royal University Hospital opened its newly refurbished emergency department last week.

Funded by a £5.2million government investment last year, the department now boasts eight new major treatment bays - as well as a new ambulance assessment area and three ambulatory treatment cubicles.

There is also a new reception and waiting area for patients at the hospital, in Farnborough Common, with access directly from the front of the hospital closer to the main car park and bus stops.

Caroline Taylor, South London Healthcare Trust administrator, said: “We’ve made improvements to the whole system of emergency care our top priority and the new facilities opened this week are an excellent start.”

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