N&N restaurant to close for revamp
The visitor and staff restaurant at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital will be closed for a month during refurbishment of the west atrium.Work starts on March 6 and the west atrium entrance will be closed until April 6.
The visitor and staff restaurant at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital will be closed for a month during refurbishment of the west atrium.
Work starts on March 6 and the west atrium entrance will be closed until April 6. Patients will be asked to enter through the east atrium.
The hospital's maintenance costs are covered by Octagon Healthcare under the terms of its PFI deal, so the hospital, which opened in 2001, is not paying separately for the work.
Hot meals for visitors will still be available at the Deli2go caf� on the hospital plaza, and coffee and snacks will be served in the hospital's two outpatient caf� areas. A temporary staff restaurant will be set up in a marquee and patient catering on wards will not be affected.
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This change will affect the hospital entrance used by pregnant women who will be advised to use the east atrium entrance by their community midwife. Patients coming to hospital for pre-operative assessments will be advised to go to the Arthur South Day Procedure Unit.
The restaurant counters will be upgraded to carry a wider selection of food and the lighting will be replaced with low-energy LED lighting.
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