GWH reroutes traffic as construction work begins on new Urgent Treatment Centre 

Construction work has begun in preparation for Great Western Hospital's new Urgent Treatment Centre. For the next six months, there will be a road closure and a reroute of traffic on site while the work takes place. 
Great Western Hospital entrance

The Great Western Hospital has begun work on its new Urgent Treatment Centre this will entail a six-month road closure and the re-routing of traffic on site. 

Important points to note: 

  • The bus stops currently located outside the main Atrium will remain operational during the construction works.
  • All traffic driving towards the main Atrium entrance, or north and west car parks, will continue to travel in the same direction around the site, including all patients, visitors, and those dropping or collecting from the main Atrium.

All new routes around the hospital site will be signposted so vehicles will be clearly instructed to which direction to travel in.

Further information is available here

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