The Queen Elizabeth Hospital’s (QEH) renovation and expansion of the Accident and Emergency Department (AED) has recommenced. This project is fundamental to the advancement of the island’s health care service.
It is expected to last for at least 14 months, and will be carried out in three phases – Phase 1: Enclosing of project site and foundation works; Phase 2: Construction of a new 9000 square feet building; and Phase 3: Reconfiguration & renovation of present Accident & Emergency Department.
The work site will be fully compliant with all COVID-19 directives as issued by Government, as employee safety is paramount.
As scheduled works continue, the public can expect further temporary changes to the entrance and exit of the QEH, the entrance of the Accident and Emergency and parking restrictions.
Commitments remain in place to minimize any environmental issues that may arise during the scheduled works, including elevated noise levels, minor vibrations and dust.
On completion of this project, persons seeking emergency care in the newly renovated and expanded AED facility will be provided with a safer, more comfortable, patient-friendly environment.
The Board of Management of the QEH apologises for any inconvenience which may be caused.