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Temporary closure of ambulance courtyard

29 October 2012

The ambulance courtyard alongside the emergency department will be closed on Sunday 04 November from 08.00 - 10.00.


During this period, the disabled parking bays directly outside the A&E entrance on the main drive will be ambulance only.


There will be no access to the courtyard for ambulances, other vehicles or pedestrians. Alternative ambulance drop off will be via the main pedestrian entrance into the A&E department from the main hospital drive during this closure period.


The closure is needed to allow for the safe placement of new ventilation cooling equipment on the roof of old Clinic 14 unit (new phase 3 ED expansion).












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