After a year of extensive building and construction work, CCG has completed the refurbishment of the new St. Andrew’s Hospice in Airdrie.
The £9 million refurbishment and reconfiguration project at the Hospice’s Henderson Street site has involved the creation of 21 single rooms with en-suite facilities, three multi-occupancy rooms with en-suite wet rooms, staff facilities and a new entrance.
All patients will now have access to outside space through newly installed French doors and will benefit from modern design and décor with flexible heating and high-quality lighting.
To date, £5.75m of the £9m refurbishment costs have been raised, and the charity’s Capital Appeal team are encouraging supporters to get involved in their Homecoming campaign to help raise the remaining funds.
To show support for the project, CCG took part in a fundraising drive and raised over £30,000 for the St Andrew’s Hospice Capital Appeal by hosting an ‘It’s a Knockout’ fun day at Strathclyde Country Park in 2017.
CCG Chairman and CEO, Alastair Wylie, said:
“We are incredibly pleased to complete this project on time and on budget. Not only will it enhance the service provision for patients and users, but it will improve facilities for their friends and families as well as the staff that work so hard to deliver care for the patients.
“St Andrews Hospice is a project we care deeply about which is why we organised a fundraising campaign together with our supply chain and managed to raise £30,000 for the Appeal.
“We look forward to hearing how the patients and staff are settling in.”
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