The weather may not currently be in our favour, but spring has arrived at Hallam Street Hospital, with cleaning, refurbishment and spots of colour warming up the site to create a light, airy and therapeutic environment.
The spring refurbishment project, managed by Jay Patel, Estates and Facilities Team along with Michelle Young Matron, has provided the hospital with new furnishings in what is now a brighter and more welcoming environment. The team have done a fantastic job of revitalising Friar Ward, as seen in the photos. The unit has been given a fresh lick of paint and a scenic mural to help create a warm welcoming ambiance.
The team have received a plethora of positive feedback from patients, visitors and staff, and are currently undertaking plans to spruce up Charlemont Ward and Abbey Ward.
Site Facilities Manager Jay Patel says, “We are pleased with the progress we have made so far, and hope the improvements have made the facility a place that both staff, patients and visitors can be proud of. We hope this homely, friendly redesign will aid patients in feeling safe and calm.”
A massive well done to everyone involved in this project, and we can’t wait to see future results!