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Vale of Leven hospital to benefit from £650,000 investment

Tuesday, September 20, 2016

NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde is investing almost £650,000 in upgrading facilities at the Vale of Leven Hospital.

The comprehensive programme of works, which will last 20 weeks, includes a new protected corridor, improvement to fire doors and escapes, emergency lighting upgrades and enhanced fire detection systems. Floors and subfloors around the Lomond Ward will also be replaced as part of the works.

David Loudon, NHSGGC’s Director of Facilities said: “The safety of our staff, patients and visitors is our priority and this programme of works will ensure the hospital has the latest in fire detection technology. We will do our very best to keep disruption to a minimum for patients and staff while this investment work is carried out.”

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