BCH/QEHB/BWH/UoB – Birmingham Children's Hospital Redevelopment – UK - Project Profile
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Birmingham Children’s Hospital (BCH), Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham (QEHB), Birmingham Women’s Hospital (BWH) and the University of Birmingham (UoB) are jointly planning to undertake the Birmingham Children's Hospital Redevelopment project in the UK.
The project involves the construction of a new health campus including a main building, patient rooms, physician rooms, surgical rooms, an administrative space, a laboratory and parking facilities, and the installation of related equipment and safety systems.
In July 2013, an agreement was signed between BCH and QEHB to create a new health campus.
In July 2015, the NHS Foundation Trust Board of BCH considered two options: construction of a new facility on the Edgbaston site or redevelopment of the Steelhouse Lane site.
In December 2015, the boards of BCH and BWH agreed to develop a formal Outline Business Case to merge as a single organization. The two hospitals will continue to work on their future estates plans to improve their facilities, looking in more detail at the affordability and feasibility of either developing their existing buildings or creating a new joint hospital facility on the Edgbaston health campus.
Planning activities are underway.
The project involves the construction of a health campus in Edgbaston, Birmingham, the UK.
The US$683 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of a main building
2. Construction of patient rooms
3. Construction of physician rooms
4. Construction of surgical rooms
5. Construction of an administrative space
6. Construction of a laboratory
7. Construction of parking facilities
8. Installation of safety systems
9. Installation of related equipment
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