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Supporting improvements in care for children and families

The provision of a new Child Development Centre (CDC), culminating in

a fully reconfigured floor of the Yellow Wing of Crawley Hospital has been successfully completed under the expert project management of gbp’s Andy Hemsley and Mags Cahill.

The project is part of NHS Property Services Healthy Places Programme, and the new space provides dedicated, modern, fit-for-purpose accommodation, supporting the delivery of integrated services to more of the local population, reducing waiting times and the need for multiple appointments.

The bright and inviting designs for the new CDC replace an out-dated space previously located within the hospital. A range of multi-disciplinary services for children from birth to 19 years of age are provided by the CDC.


Helen Watson, Clinical Service Manager. Crawley & Horsham Child Development Services said:

“The new centre looks fantastic and will help us deliver care to children and families in a more innovative and multi-professional manner. The centre will assist us in focusing on patient-centered care in an environment that is designed to be friendly and welcoming for children, young people, and their families. The health and wellbeing of staff has been significantly enhanced by the new CDC and we can already see a more positive response from children and families when they arrive for their appointments.”


new Child Development Centre (CDC), culminating in a fully reconfigured floor of the Yellow Wing of Crawley Hospital
Crawley Hospital, Child Development Centre. Photo: ©Jefferson Sheard Architects


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