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Acute Hospital Provision

Volume 407: debated on Monday 23 June 2003

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To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland in which areas in Northern Ireland the money announced on 24 February for acute hospital provision will be spent; and on what capital projects. [120115]

The areas and acute hospital projects are as follow:

AntrimProvision of a nucleus extension at Antrim hospital
BelfastProvision of a Plastics and Day-Procedures Unit at the Belfast City hospital
Provision of a new Maternity hospital for the greater Belfast area
Redevelopment of the Mater hospital north Belfast
CraigavonThe first phase of a restructuring scheme at Craigavon hospital
DerryCompletion of a redevelopment programme at Altnagelvin hospital
DownpatrickProvision of a new local hospital
EnniskillenA new acute hospital for the south Western area
The following hospital sites have also been identified for redevelopment:

  • Lagan Valley hospital, Lisburn
  • mid-Ulster hospital, Magherafelt
  • South Tyrone hospital, Dungannon
  • Tyrone county hospital, Omagh
  • Whiteabbey hospital

Detailed plans for these capital projects are not yet available.