It will reconfigure and refurbish more than 9,000 ft2of space within the hospital’s endoscopy ward and rotunda building on behalf of Doncaster and Bassetlaw Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. The £4.3 million project will provide new staff and patient facilities, a discharge lounge and recovery ward, new consultant and ancillary rooms, a new reception and waiting area, a staff room, and toilets. Willmott Dixon Interiors has begun early on-site activities, with the full 30-week project expected to be completed later this year. This scheme follows the company’s recent completion of a similar project to refurbish the Community Diagnostic Centre (CDC) at Montagu Hospital.
Phil Crowther, director at Willmott Dixon Interiors, said: “We are very pleased to be working in partnership with Doncaster and Bassetlaw Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust to deliver important new facilities for local people. The new endoscopy suite’s creation builds on our recent refurbishment of the CDC at Montagu Hospital, and will improve patient experience by providing faster diagnosis and treatment. We are highly experienced in the delivery of healthcare refurbishment projects and will be working to a fast-paced programme, with minimal disruption to hospital staff and patients.”
Willmott Dixon Interiors is undertaking the refurbishment project at Mexborough Montagu Hospital alongside a project team that includes P+HS, WT Partnership, CAD 21, and Alan Johnston Partnership.
Pictured, left to right, are Carrie Hallsworth, Stuart Dack, Phil Green, Richard Wilde, and Chris Hall of Willmott Dixon Interiors at Montagu Hospital.