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Hospital opens children's clinic

New children's clinic
The aim is to house all children's services on one site

A new children's outpatient department has opened its doors at Nottingham's Queen's Medical Centre (QMC).

The majority of inpatient and outpatient services from the City Hospital will be transferred to a single site at the QMC.

The newly refurbished clinic includes a waiting area for teenagers equipped with games consoles and sofas.

The whole area has been redecorated and new furniture and flooring installed to create a bright environment.

Angela Horsley, clinical lead for children's services, said: "The new clinic makes it easier for staff to work closely together and makes it much easier for patients and their families as they no longer have to travel between the two hospitals."

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