Building works at North Mid A&E
The redevelopment of A&E and nearby spaces at North Middlesex Hosital is forging ahead, so you may spot some changes and ongoing building work if you visit the hospital in the next couple of weeks.
1,000 tonnes of earth and rubble will need to be removed to allow their new mental health rooms to be craned in next month, and they've had to put up sturdy hoardings to keep patients, visitors and staff safe while this happens.
Patients who are longstanding visitors to the diabetes, endocrine and renal clinics will notice one important change from Monday 26 November - These services are moving to a new dedicated clinic space on level 2.
There's easy access by lift from the main atrium, or you can ask at the outpatients reception or main desk for directions.
Remember - if your visit to A&E isn't absolutely essential, CALL NHS 111 for free to know where to go.