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Children’s wards and Fracture Clinic—new locations from Saturday 24 July

22 July 2010

Children’s wards Mercury and Jupiter, and the Paediatric Ambulatory Care Clinic (PACC), are moving from the First Floor to the Fourth Floor on Friday 23 July to allow building work for the extension of the hospital to get underway.

Children’s wards Mercury and Jupiter, and the Paediatric Ambulatory Care Clinic (PACC), are moving from the First Floor to the Fourth Floor on Friday 23 July to allow building work for the extension of the hospital to get underway.

The former Adele Dixon Ward has been refurbished to provide the new Jupiter/Mercury location (4th Floor, Lift Bank C) and the former Clinical Site Managers office has been refurbished to provide PACC on Saturn Ward (4th Floor, Lift Bank B).

The wards will open in their new locations on Saturday 24 July.

The Fracture Clinic is moving from the Second Floor to the Ground Floor and will open in its new location on Monday 26 July.

These moves are made necessary by a major redevelopment of the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital site to improve services for patients.

This redevelopment will improve services for patients and secure Chelsea and Westminster’s future as a specialist hospital with a wide range of local services.

A 2-storey extension to the 1st and 2nd floor levels of the hospital will help us to achieve the Trust’s vision of providing world class children’s services following our designation as the lead centre for specialist paediatric and neonatal surgery in North West London, while also developing HIV services.

  • The Hospital School also moved to a new location earlier this week—the former Preoperative Assessment Centre on the First Floor