Kettering General Hospital – Frank Radcliffe Fracture Clinic Completed

Kettering General Hospital is currently undertaking a £2.4m refurbishment and relocation programme, whereby the hospital’s A&E Department is expanding into the adjoining Fracture Clinic – with the Fracture Clinic moving into the area vacated by Dermatology, and Dermatology moving offsite.

The Frank Radcliffe Fracture Clinic project has recently been completed. This involved the construction of two new extensions, together with the remodelling of the existing Jubilee Wing, which has formed a light, bright and welcoming space to be used as the new Fracture Clinic.

The relocation of the Fracture Clinic, as well as the Dermatology Department, allows for the expansion of the hospital’s current Accident and Emergency Department and the improvement of the Minor Injuries area.

GSSllp were appointed by Kettering General Hospital NHS Foundation Trust to act as Quantity Surveyors for the scheme. The Practice’s involvement with the hospital dates back over 100 years and we are delighted to be part of the team carrying out the latest improvements to the site.