New Cambridge Children Hospital with New Technology and World Class Treatments NowUma (Author) Published Date : Dec 08, 2018 17:24 IST
Cambridgeï¿½s Children Hospital gets approval from Matthew Hancock, Health Secretary for new technology treatments for sick children. An amount of 100 million Pound has been sanctioned for a new children's hospital to help the children's health after their long plans since 2005 but postponed till this time.
The NHS specialist hospital would be constructed near Addenbrooke's Hospital in Cambridge. The hospitals have plans to bring the latest technology equipment to diagnose and treat the most challenging infants and children disease. This project has a joint partnership of Cambridge University Hospital, Cambridgeshire and Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust. Tract Dowling, Chief Executive of CPFT announced that they want to bring all the treatments under one roof.
The Fund had been also sanctioned for Hinchingbrooke Hospital, West Suffolk Hospital, Princess Alexandra Hospital, Addenbrooke's Hospital, Watford Hospital, Bedfordshire Rehabilitation Unit, Hertfordshire and West Essex Vascular Surgery Network, Milton Keynes University Hospital.
The Government had plans for 1 billion pound worth of building projects, including the hospital to provide the best treatment in the world. Funding the Children Hospital is a part of 145 million pound package for Cambridgeshire and Peterborough, which also includes 25 million pounds for Hinchingbrooke Hospital and 19 million pounds for Addenbrooke's. Cambridgeshire and Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust said that they will provide top-quality services and treat Children of all ages.
The new children's hospital in Cambridge will provide the highest-quality services to children to restore their mental and physical health. The trust says the hospital will provide excellent research as it brings together top scientists to discover new innovations to treat childhood illnesses.
New Cambridge Children Hospital with New Technology and World Class Treatments Now