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The Pride Project

WHAT IS THE PRIDE PROJECT?

The Pride Project was the largest capital project undertaken by the Trust, with the purpose of significantly improving mental health and dementia care inpatient facilities for people living in Sunderland and South Tyneside.

Following extensive work with NHS service commissioners, local authorities, service user and carer representatives and our clinical staff on models of care, public consultation in late 2009 considered three possible options for the location of services.  The option which was subsequently selected involved developing a new hospital (Hopewood Park) on the former Ryhope Hospital site and a new dementia care unit (Roker and Mowbray) on the Monkwearmouth Hospital site in Sunderland.

The £60 million project was approved in May 2012, construction started in July 2012 and both facilities have now been completed.  

Royal opening of Hopewood Park

Arrow Hopewood Park July 2014
Arrow Hopewood Park Brochure

Hopewood Park - a visit (July 2014)

 
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