The Chiltern hospital is a beautiful building nestling in the countryside of South Buckinghamshire.
It is a very old building with an interesting history. The main building, built in 1151, was originally Little Abbey connected to the Great Abbey half a mile away.
Previously, the building has been used as a Prep school, a hotel and then private consulting rooms opened by a consortium of consultants before becoming the Chiltern Hospital.
As you can imagine, such an old building requires huge amounts of maintenance and TLC, and we are currently undergoing some remedial work to the roof. Unfortunately, this work will be continuing until early November and involves scaffolding being erected around the hospital to enable access to the roof.
This will involve workmen on the scaffolding and possibly walking past patient doors and windows from time to time and some noise. The team will be working from 7am until 5pm each day with some weekend working in order to complete the work as quickly as possible.
We apologise most sincerely for any inconvenience or disturbance caused to you and ask you to bear with us as we get these essential repairs carried out before Winter strikes.
If you would like more details of the work being carried out, please call 01494 890 890 and speak to a member of the hospital team.