This drone image shows a bird’s eye view of the new Diagnostic Assessment Centre in progress at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King’s Lynn. Now starting to take shape, the building at this stage was covered in purple siniat board, helping weather proof the structure ready for brickwork which has since started.

The image highlights the tight site the team are working on, surrounded by a main road, access into the hospital and staff car parks; logistical planning and JIT deliveries therefore vital!

This state-of-the-art dedicated centre, due to open its doors to patients in the autumn will house cutting-edge MRI and CT scanners as well as X-ray and ultrasound imaging used for diagnosis and monitoring of a wide range of conditions – including cancer and breathing conditions.

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