Ward refurbishment at Queen Elizabeth Hospital should be finished before end of February

Estates and Facilities strategic lead Alistair Nelson inside the re-developed Windsor Ward at the Qu

Estates and Facilities strategic lead Alistair Nelson inside the re-developed Windsor Ward at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, King's Lynn. Picture: Ian Burt - Credit: Ian Burt

Work to refurbish one of the oldest wards in a west Norfolk hospital should be completed by the end of the month.

The Windsor ward at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King's Lynn is set to benefit from brighter lighting, improved beds, more facilities and wifi.

According to a QEH spokesman it is hoped the standard of the refurbishment, at the specialist ward for the frail and elderly, will be rolled out to other wards across the hospital.

The Windsor ward was originally called the Pentney ward but was renamed last year.


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