We were pleased to work with Northampton General Hospital in equipping the new £12 Million Emergency Assessment Unit. 
This development has been built on the site of the A&E Car Park and houses a new 62 Bed Two Storey building.  
Following a £8.8 Million cash boost, the Royal Stoke University Hospital developed a new 64 bed, two storey unit. 
We were delighted to continue our long standing relationship with the customer and supplied the Suction Controllers and O2 Flowmeters required. 
Although it doesn't open for a few months yet, we were delighted to work with Scottish Healthcare Supplied in equipping the new Royal Hospital for Children, in Edinburgh. 
This new £150 Million developement, has 242 beds, 60% of which are Single/Ensuite. The new development aims to maintain the 150 Year history and heritage of the Royal Hospital for Sick Chidrens, or 'Sick Kids' as it is more commonly called, and has Paediatric Care Specialist Neonatal Care, Neuroscience and Adult & Children's Emergency Departments. 
Therapy Equipment Ltd has been the preferred supplier at Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, Stanmore for many years, and were therefore pleased to work with the Hospital in the supply of the SOT required within the 1st Phase of the redevelopment. 
The new inpatient facility, which incorporates 91 beds (50% single beds) is the first phase in the long term plans for redeveloping the existing site. Many of the existing buildings date back to before the Second World War.  
We are very sorry to confirm that Trevor Astley, our Area Sales Manager for the North East, has decided to move on. 
Trevor's existing patch will be covered by our existing representatives, Jacqui Kearney (07702 241077) and Kate Craven (07831 761160) for the forseeable future. 
Trevor leaves with our best wishes for the future. 
The new Royal Papworth Hospital is due to open in Spring 2019. 
This brand new state-of-the-art Hospital on the Cambridge Biomedical Campus, houses 310 beds (46 Critical Care and 24 Day Beds), and has a link corridor to the neighboring Addenbrookes Hospital. 
We were very pleased to receive the order for the additional SOT items required. 
Part of the Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust, the new Chase Farm Hospital opened its doors in July 2018. 
The new Hospital does not have an A&E, but does house an Urgent Care Unit which aims to treat and discharge 80% of Patients within 2 hours. 
Therapy Equipment Ltd have been long term suppliers to the Trust, and were pleased to supply the additional Suction, Oxygen Therapy equipment required within the new facility. 
Costing £49 Million, the new Emergency Department at Wexham Park Hospital, opens in December 2018/January 2019. 
The new unit is one of the best and most innovative units of its kind in the NHS. 
We were delighted to be of service regarding their S.O.T. requirements  
Part of the South Warwickshire NHS Foundation Trust, the new Stratford Community Hospital was opened in September 2018. 
We were very pleased to work with the Trust in identfying and supplying all Suction, Oxygen Therapy equipment reuired within the new Hospital. 
The new £22 Million development is approximately twice the size of the current Hospital, and houses a Cancer Services unit on the top floor. 
We were delighted to continue our excellent working relationship with Great Western Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, and received the following feedback from John McGinty, Trust Equipment Manager, following completion of the full SOT replacement contract: 
"Therapy Equipment replaced all the Medical Oxygen and Air Flowmeters and Suction Regulators at the Great Western Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. Therapy Equipment carried out the installation, commissioning and removal of more than 2000 devices. We were very pleased with the speed and efficiency of the supply and replacement process, and the attention to detail by the team from Therapy Equipment. They completed the work in a two week time frame, operating in a busy working hospital and we would have every confidence in recommending Therapy Equipment" 
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