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Plans progress for QEH helipad relocation

Plans to temporarily relocate the helipad at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital King’s Lynn (QEH) are moving forward at pace, with work due to commence to prepare the new site in January 2024.

We are on the list! Staff from QEH celebrate the great news.

Spades in the ground for new QEH Diagnostic Centre

The Government has announced that the Queen Elizabeth Hospital King’s Lynn has been added to the New Hospital Programme. We can’t thank our brilliant local community, partners, external stakeholders and staff enough for their support and help to get us over the line.

Inspire Centre starting to be demolished

Your chance to find out more about plans for a new Queen Elizabeth Hospital

Demolition has begun  on a landmark building at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital King’s Lynn NHS Foundation Trust (QEH) signalling the start of enabling work for a new state-of-the-art hospital.

We are on the list! Staff from QEH celebrate the great news.

Lord Markham visits QEH as Trust progresses with new hospital planning

Key figures in the New Hospital Programme and NHS England joined senior leaders, staff and patient groups at The QEH to discuss the developing plans for a new hospital for King’s Lynn and share views on modern-day healthcare challenges.

Computer generated image showing the new Diagnostic Assessment Centre to be built at QEH

QEH applies for planning to relocate helipad as part of enabling works for new hospital

The Queen Elizabeth Hospital King’s Lynn (QEH) has taken another key step forward in the Trust’s journey to a new hospital as they submit a planning application to relocate the QEH helipad.

Computer generated image showing the new Diagnostic Assessment Centre to be built at QEH

£86m investment in three new diagnostic centres to be built at region’s hospitals

People across Norfolk and Waveney will be able to have imaging faster and earlier diagnoses thanks to three new diagnostic centres set to be built in the region over the next two years.