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Nottingham Hospitals and ICB issue statement after QMC plans postponed for years

On 25 May Health Secretary Steve Barclay announced that work at Nottingham’s QMC and City Hospital as part of the Government’s ’40 new hospitals’ by 2030 pledge would be moved into the next decade.

 

In a joint statement Nottingham University Hospitals ( NUH ) and Integrated Care Board  ( ICB ) said:

“Nottingham University Hospitals and Nottingham and Nottinghamshire Integrated Care Board welcome the continued commitment to the New Hospital Programme (NHP).

“We will be working with the NHP team and NHS England over the next few weeks to understand what this announcement will mean for Tomorrow’s NUH timescales.

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We continue to plan for a public consultation to consult on the TNUH programme proposals. After this is completed, an outline and full business cases will be developed, which will include the delivery of the enabling works for the programme.”

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