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Baby train has Special Care Nursery on the move

17 August 2022

It was quite a celebration recently for Logan Hospital’s tiniest patients who moved to their new temporary home in Ward 2D.

The Special Care Nursery team worked together to safely move 12 babies to the new unit which now has sufficient space to allow for two parents to visit their babies for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic began.  

The temporary change of location is part of the Maternity Refurbishment Project, with construction now underway.

The project will deliver a new Special Care Nursery, Maternity Assessment Unit and reception area. 

Beautiful little Final was the first to be transferred to the new location with mum Joanna from Greenbank. He was closely followed by baby Chloe and her ecstatic parents Rene and Sam from Shailer Park.

Preparation works on 2D included the installation of new medical panel services with additional oxygen, air and suction, bath heaters, a new comms room as well as a minor facelift including a new floor, ceiling, lighting and paintwork. 

Last updated 17 August 2022
Last reviewed 17 August 2022

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