Lymington New Forest Hospital
|Lymington New Forest Hospital|
|Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust|
|Location||Lymington, Hampshire, England, United Kingdom|
|Founded||6 February 2007|
|Lists||Hospitals in England|
Lymington New Forest Hospital is a community hospital in Lymington, Hampshire, designed by Murphy Philipps Architects. Constructed at a cost of £36 million by Ryhurst Ltd through a private finance initiative, the hospital was opened on 6 February 2007 by Princess Anne.
The hospital houses a diagnostic treatment centre, several specialist outpatient clinics, two operating theatres, two endoscopy suites, medical and surgical day units, a medical unit including stroke rehabilitation and a surgical ward. The radiology department has three radiology rooms, a 1.5T MRI scanner, a 64-slice CT scanner, a DEXA scanner and two ultra sound suites. The hospital also has a fluoroscopy unit, which opened in January 2014.
There is also an urgent care centre which combines a minor injuries unit, a medical assessment unit and the out of hours service. Additional facilities include a pharmacy, education and training centre, clinical library, restaurant, League of Friends shop and tea bar, multi faith room, hospital radio and extended staff facilities.
- Hampshire PCT News: Royal opening for new Hospital Archived 30 September 2007 at the Wayback Machine.
- New Forest PCT Community Hospitals Archived 18 February 2007 at the Wayback Machine.
- "Brand new state of the art equipment for Lymington New Forest Hospital". www.southernhealth.nhs.uk. Retrieved 2016-04-23.