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    Building a brighter future for Whipps Cross Hospital

    We’re building a brand new state-of-the-art hospital.

    • new modern facilities
    • more space to see and treat patients
    • more assessments and treatments on the same day

    Find out more

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Whipps Cross Hospital has been caring for patients in North East London for more than 100 years

The old sprawling buildings now need replacing. The new hospital will have all the same core NHS hospital services - A&E, maternity, operating theatres, intensive care, imaging, inpatients and outpatients within brand new clinical departments.

Watch our video to find out more.

 

Latest redevelopment news

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We are coming to a department near you!

As part of our commitment to seek the views of staff, patients, and local people on the design of the new Whipps Cross, the redevelopment team have been making various stops around the hospital to tal...

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Our plans to provide the best possible treatment and care for our patients

As part of our plans for the new  hospital we want to provide the best possible treatment and care for our patients. Working together with our partners - including local councils, GPs, and com...

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Whipps Cross Voices – Do you have a story to tell?

Whipps Cross Voices celebrates the history of Whipps Cross Hospital, capturing stories and experiences of current and former staff, patients and the local community. In July we held our first event...

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Secretary of State backs next phase of Whipps Cross Redevelopment

Support has now been confirmed for phase two of our ‘enabling works’, which includes construction of a 500-space car park....

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Mikheil Mechekhia Receptionist, Endoscopy unit

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The current hospital is out of date and needs modernisation, the effect of the flooding on the hospital showed this. Having departments closer together will benefit staff and I think things will generally be much more organised than it currently is.

Sheila Dosu, Breast Clinic Nurse

Sheila Dosu, Breast Clinic Nurse

I’ve just started as a nurse at Whipps Cross and I can’t wait to see what the new hospital will offer. Having everything much closer together just makes sense. I can only imagine how the new hospital will look and how much of a difference there will be. I’m excited!