The Gloucestershire Royal Hospital is situated in the town of Gloucester, nestled between the Cotswold Hills and the Forest of Dean. The green floors of the £50 million extension opened in 2005 are supposed to reflect the surrounding countryside. As well as the modern extension, which contains the hospital’s 24-hour accident and emergency department, the hospital consists of a ten-storey tower with two 30-bed wards on each floor.
Gloucestershire Royal also boasts a new state-of-the-art Children’s Centre – a purpose-built unit providing care for children and young people (both inpatients and outpatients). As well as offering general medical and surgical treatment, the Children’s Centre has a high-dependency unit and a pediatric oncology unit, as well as designated spaces for recreational activities such as a play room, a school room, and an adolescent service which organizes additional activities for patients.
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