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London's newest hospital opens

2nd March 2012

The £650 million Royal London Hospital, which has an area of the same size as 40 football fields, has opened in Whitechapel.

The hospital's chief executive Peter Morris said: "I am incredibly proud of what our staff have achieved in reaching today's milestone, which marks a new and exciting chapter in the Royal London's history. The move into our new hospital, which for the first time brings our clinical teams together under one roof, gives us a once-in-a-generation opportunity to provide a health legacy to a community with some of the most challenging health needs anywhere in the developed world." 

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Article Information

Title: London's newest hospital opens
Author: Jess Laurence
Article Id: 21275
Date Added: 2nd Mar 2012


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