Woodland Hospital Unveils New £4million Development

On Thursday 11th October, Woodland Hospital hosted an event to officially open their brand new facilities following their latest £4m major development. Guests were shown around the new areas and witnessed the ‘cutting of the ribbon’ by the Hospital Director, David Munt, the Mayor and Mayoress of Kettering and former England Cricketer Allan Lamb.

The new facilities include:

4th laminar flow theatre
Additional day case pods and inpatient rooms
Extended outpatient department and new treatment rooms
Static MRI scanner
New physiotherapy rehabilitation gym and treatment room

The Mayor of Kettering, Councillor James Burton said:

"Now in its 28th year, the Hospital plays a very important part in our local community by providing quality healthcare to our patients.  I would like to say thank you to all the Consultants and staff for their care and services. It is great to see such wonderful facilities on our doorstep, accessible to both NHS and private patients."  

Also attending the event were representatives from the Ramsay Executive Board, founding staff members and Consultants, former patients, Consultants, members of the local healthcare and sporting community to name but a few. 

The Physiotherapy department were delighted that former England and Northampton Cricketer Allan Lamb officially opened their new physiotherapy unit. Mr Lamb was keen to show his support of the team and the sports injury treatments they offer.

David Munt, the Hospital Director said:

“Thank you to all our Consultants, staff and patients for your patience whilst we have undergone our latest development. I am delighted with the finished result and extremely proud of the facilities and services we offer. Woodland is available to anyone who has a healthcare need and we will continue to meet the communities’ high demand for its services. We look forward to welcoming patients to our Hospital and providing an excellent patient experience and  high quality clinical care and outcomes, in a clean and modern environment."

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