AfH visit to Peterborough City Hospital 8th July

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Dear All

ARCHITECTS for HEALTH are delighted to invite you to our next event:

On Friday 8th July 2011 a visit to Peterborough City Hospital (exact timings will be provided closer to the date to those who have expressed interest)

Max number of 40 visitors so early booking advised. First come, first served although priority will be given to those who are not on the St Charles visit.

Peterborough City Hospital is a 612 bed new acute hospital with an integrated Women’s and Children’s Hospital.

 

Visit timetable:

 

Introduction

Trust presentation on health planning and developing brief

Nightingale Associates presentation of the design

 

Following which there will be a general tour which will include:

 

Ward visit

Emergency Dept

Cancer Unit  (which has 2 Linaccs)

Faith Centre

Learning Centre

Public corridors

Outpatient area

Amazon Children’s Ward

 

The address of the hospital is:

 

Peterborough City Hospital

Edith Cavell Campus

PO Box 404

Bretton Gate

Peterborough

PE3 9GZ

Tel: (01733) 678000

www.peterboroughandstamford.nhs.uk

This web site has some information and directions on how to get to the hospital.

 

Please respond to events@architectsforhealth.com as soon as possible to secure your place.

Thank you

AfH Events

 

**** Please note that this event is for AFH members only ****

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