Local residents may be interested to know that Peterborough and Stamford Hospitals Trust are holding a meeting at the Stamford Arts Centre on Monday 3rd September.
There are big changes due for Stamford Hospital, the hospital could even be redeveloped to expand outpatient clinics and provide more treatment options.
The meeting will be asking for people’s views and discussing plans with patients, voluntary groups, hospital staff, GPs and Friends of Stamford Hospital.
Means as though half the buildings in Stamford hospital are empty and unused, a strategy has been developed due to the significant increase in outpatient attendance.
They are planning for the hospital to have an oncology and haematology services, including providing chemotherapy.
The endoscopy service which moved to Peterborough City hospital would return to Stamford hospital once more. There would also be a provision for ante-natal services and imaging, including ultrasound and X-ray plus an expanded therapy provision.
The aim is to deliver the very best healthcare in the coming years and to make the best use of the site.
The meeting will take place at Stamford Arts Centre in St Mary’s Street between 6.30pm and 8pm on Monday, 3rd September.