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Short-term building works to Medical Assessment Unit (MAU) doors at Good Hope Hospital

Published on 11/04/2024

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Photo of Good Hope Hospital

The doors to the Medical Assessment Unit (MAU) at Good Hope Hospital will be out of use for a short period of time whilst they are replaced with automatic doors.

The building works to the doors will begin at 08:00 on Friday 12 April and the doors will be unavailable to use until Monday 15 April 2024. This means that all patients and staff will need to use the Same Day Emergency Care (SDEC) reception during this period. There will be signage outside MAU detailing the diversion.

We apologise for any inconvenience caused by these necessary works.

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