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St Thomas's Hospital: South Wing Conversion

Volume 476: debated on Wednesday 11 June 1986

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asked Her Majesty's Government:When and for what purpose the old building of St. Thomas's Hospital, London, will be developed.

The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, Department of Health and Social Security
(Baroness Trumpington)

Building work is due to start towards the end of this year to convert the South Wing of St. Thomas's Hospital, part of the original fabric dating from the 1820s-30s, to accommodate services at present being provided by St. John's Hospital for Diseases of the Skin, the Phipps Respinaut Unit and the Dreadnought Seamen's Hospital. The new accommodation will also house a lithotripter, improved catering facilities and engineering services. Work is due to be completed in 1988.