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Outpatients Room is refurbished thanks to Friends  

The quiet room in the Outpatients Department at Scarborough Hospital has under gone a refurbished thanks to the Scarborough Hospital League of Friends.

The refurbishment has included the purchase of new chairs and artwork to brighten up the room, which is used by both patients and relatives.

The refurbishment cost over £1,500 which was raised by the volunteers from the League of Friends Shop on Hanover Road.

The majority of the Friends’ funding comes from the shop which is staffed entirely by volunteers. They also receive donations from relatives for equipment provided for orthopaedic patients and from relatives who use the overnight stay accommodation.

Suzanne Meek, Sister in Outpatient’s, said: “We would like to say a big thank you to the Friends for funding the new chairs and artwork for our quiet room and for their ongoing support to the Hospital.”

23 November 2015

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