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The CHPG general Emergency Department moves back to its renovated premises

26-06-2009-

    After 8 months of work, the Emergency department moved back to its renovated premises on Thursday 25th June 2009. The work involved the installation of an air-conditioning system and above all the creation of two new consultation rooms, as well as two high-tech rooms for the treatment of shock which will be able to accommodate three people in vital distress.

    The Emergency department would like to point out that the average time spent in the A&E unit is less than two hours. It hopes to be able to improve on this length of time thanks to the new layout of the premises.

    The paediatric emergency department opened on 4th June. This unit is in charge of medical paediatrics, head injuries and psychiatry. Infantile traumatic pathologies will continue to be treated in the General Emergency department.






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