Cromer Hospital

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Cromer Hospital is a healthcare facility located in Cromer, a coastal town in the English county of Norfolk. The hospital is managed by the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and provides a range of healthcare services to the local community.

History[edit | edit source]

Cromer Hospital was originally established in 1866, following a public appeal for funds. The hospital was initially housed in a converted cottage, but as demand for its services grew, a purpose-built facility was constructed in 1895. The hospital has undergone several expansions and renovations since then, with the most recent redevelopment completed in 2012.

Services[edit | edit source]

Cromer Hospital offers a variety of services, including minor injuries unit, ophthalmology, physiotherapy, radiology, and day procedure unit. The hospital also has a renal dialysis unit, which was opened in 2000 and is one of the largest in the country.

Facilities[edit | edit source]

The hospital's facilities include a pharmacy, a café, and a car park. There are also several patient wards, each equipped with modern medical equipment and staffed by a team of dedicated healthcare professionals.

Community Involvement[edit | edit source]

Cromer Hospital has a strong connection with the local community. The hospital's Friends of Cromer Hospital group, for example, regularly organizes fundraising events and activities to support the hospital's work.

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External Links[edit | edit source]

Further Reading[edit | edit source]

  • Cromer Hospital: A History by Author Name (Publisher, Year)

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