The 350 million GBP Grange University Hospital, in Llanfrechfa, near Cwmbran is one of the largest NHS projects ever seen in Wales, UK.
Construction on the 55,000m2 facility started in 2017 and it will admit its first patients in early 2021. The 560-bed new hospital will transform health service delivery for over 600,000 people across Gwent.
The new hospital will deal with all major emergencies as well as treating patients needing complex emergency or critical care, all major cardiac, stroke and emergency obstetric patients will also be treated on the site, as well as most trauma cases. This will allow other hospitals across Gwent to concentrate on providing routine diagnosis and treatment without having to give priority to emergency patients.
The hospital will be home to more than 40 specialist services and will have a helicopter pad for air ambulance patients.
Recent International projects have included the supply of advanced systems to healthcare facilities in Hong Kong and Saudi Arabia.
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