Darren Griffiths, ABMU Acting Director of Planning and Performance, said the clinical support accommodation was planned to be built between the new main entrance complex and Ty Olwen. “The Diabetes Centre and Occupational Health department will be located on the ground floor and support accommodation for clinical staff on the three upper storeys. This will replace the remaining services left in the World War Two accommodation at the bottom end of the site and marks the conclusion of an important phase in the overall development of the hospital.”
Like the main entrance development, the new clinical support accommodation has been built to the highest standards and incorporate many environmentally-friendly features.
“It will cost close to £19 million. It’s all part of the wider investment to transform Morriston Hospital by removing old buildings and replacing them with up to date facilities. People attending the Diabetes Centre will be seen in fit for purpose clinical accommodation that meets all modern standards, including disabled access.
Darran Griffiths - ABMU Acting Director of Planning and Performance
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