Building a better hospital for Jersey

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Jersey’s General Hospital needs to be replaced. It’s old, it’s deteriorating and it can’t provide the modern clinical facilities that Jersey needs.

The States Assembly agreed in December 2016 that a new hospital should be built on the site of the current hospital. In December 2017 the Assembly agreed to fund the new hospital through a blend of borrowing and some savings.

The hospital project team is now working on a planning application that takes into account the comments of the planning inspector, who said the site proposed in the outline planning application was too small for the size of the building that is required.


Hospital project ready for next phase as funding plans and business case are passed

A landmark decision by Jersey’s politicians has paved the way for the construction of the Island’s new General Hospital. Members of the States Assembly endorsed funding proposals and the outline business case for the project by 30 votes to 16 at the conclusion of two days of debate. The Hospital [...]

Open Letter to States Members from three senior clinical representatives

On the eve of the funding debate for Jersey’s Future Hospital, three senior clinical representatives have written an Open Letter to States Members, urging them to support the proposition. _ Click here to view as PDF. Open Letter to All States Members   Sunday 10 December, 2017   Dear States Member, [...]

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