A new, modern hospital for Jersey

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A team of clinicians, architects, planners, engineers and builders has been working on plans for a new, modern general hospital for Jersey on the existing site, Westaway Court and Kensington Place for nearly two years.

The planned new hospital is designed to be able to expand according to need and to provide services for Island residents to 2065.

If the hospital is given the go ahead, some areas will be operational in four years and the full hospital clinical facility will be completed in 2024.

Outline plans were submitted to planning officers in April 2018 and examined in depth at a recent public inquiry. The inspector’s report and recommendations will be sent to the Minister for the Environment who will make a final decision on the plans – expected to be the middle to end of October 2018.

The selection process for the current site has been independently assessed and assured. The location, the budget and the method of funding for a new hospital for Jersey on the site of the existing General Hospital have all been approved by the States Assembly.


Health Minister responds to Hospital Policy Development Board Report – 29 November 2018

The Minister for Health and Community Services, Deputy Richard Renouf, has published a response to the Hospital Policy Development Board report on plans for a new hospital for Jersey. He disagrees with several of the Board's findings, because he says that they were not based on evidence. The full response [...]

Hospital Policy Development Board Report – 15 November 2018

The Hospital Policy Development Board has presented its report to the Chief Minister. The Chief Minister set up the Board to review the decision to build a new hospital on the existing site. The findings and recommendations of the report will be considered by the Council of Ministers over the [...]

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