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Local residents get first view of plans for their new local hospital

Date published: 23 June 2021

Hillingdon residents today get the first view of the plans for their new hospital.

With artists’ impressions and plans of the proposed new building as well as information on how it will improve services, the online exhibition sets out the vision for a new, modern, 21st-century hospital.

Under the proposals, the current hospital will remain open during the building works and the new hospital will provide the same range of healthcare services but with significant improvements that will mean a better patient experience.

The exhibition, which is a key part of the planning process, will run for six weeks and is another opportunity for local people to have their say and help shape plans for the new hospital.

View the plans and give feedback on our website www.thh.nhs.uk/redevelopment/exhibition.

We will be holding a public webinar on 1 July where people can hear from the team and ask questions.

As Covid-19 restrictions lift, we will look to do some events in the community so all residents and patients – especially those who don’t use the internet – can feed back on the plans.

Jason Seez, Hillingdon Hospitals Deputy Chief Executive and Redevelopment Project Senior Responsible Officer, said: “We’re absolutely delighted to be able to unveil our plans for our new Hillingdon Hospital. We’ve been working very closely with local people, staff, patients and our partners to develop them.

“There is a range of information on the new building in our exhibition so please do take a look and give us feedback via our survey or during our public webinar next month.”

Professor Abbas Khakoo, Hillingdon Hospitals Redevelopment Project Clinical Lead, said:

“The people of Hillingdon, our patients and our staff deserve a new hospital so it’s really exciting to see the potential of our new hospital to improve patient care and their experience.

“Our new Hillingdon Hospital is a brilliant opportunity to make a range of improvements in how we can look after our patients.”