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The Grange University Hospital a new ‘super hospital’ planned for Wales will open early in a bid to help tackle the coronavirus epidemic.
One of the Wales has ever seen, The Grange University Hospital, which is costing £350m to build in Cwmbran, promises to “transform” health service delivery across Gwent
While it’s due to officially open in a year’s time, Aneurin Bevan University Health Board (ABUHB) has revealed part of it will be open from next month in a bid to help in the fight against the Covid-19 virus.
The news comes as it was revealed on Saturday that more than half of Wales’ coronavirus cases are within ABUHB, which has 145 cases of Covid-19, more that all the other six boards combined (at the time of writing).
The health board covers Newport, Torfaen, Caerphilly, Blaenau Gwent and Monmouthshire and part of Powys. Public Health Wales has confirmed that there are 53 new cases of the virus in the area.
With the support of Welsh Government and Laing O’Rourke, plans are being put in place to enable the partial and temporary opening of The Grange University Hospital, as part of planned response to tackle the coronavirus epidemic.
This will provide up to an additional 350 beds in The Grange University Hospital Covid-19 by the end of April 2020. Work is now underway to commission areas of the hospital to meet the end of April deadline.
To help with this response, Willis Systems are fast forwarding the installation of 350 Clinical hand wash facilities for use in the bedrooms.
These bedrooms are planned to be used to isolate Corona virus patients.