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We are delighted that Frimley Park Hospital has been included in the government's new hospital programme. This will see us building a state-of-the-art replacement for the current hospital for 2030.

Frimley Park Hospital was built in in the 1970s using Reinforced Autoclaved Aerated Concrete (RAAC), which makes up around 65 per cent of the current building. 

RAAC deteriorates over time and is now at the end of its life, posing a potential safety risk to patients, visitors, and staff. To ensure everyone's safety, our teams carry out ongoing surveillance and maintenance.

The cost of maintaining a safe environment by reinforcing existing RAAC planks is very high and will only continue to be effective for a few more years, so the Department of Health and Social Care has tasked all hospitals to be free from RAAC by 2035. For the seven most affected hospitals, which includes Frimley Park, this deadline is 2030.

We know how important Frimley Park Hospital is for our patients, local communities, and staff - and our new hospital gives us a unique opportunity to transform local healthcare for generations to come. We want you to be part of this journey with us - read more about our plans, thinking, and your opportunities to get involved as the programme progresses on the pages below.

Find out more about our site selection process and the progress being made towards narrowing down the potential site for the new hospital.

If you need any information about our services, current hospital, or to contact us directly, please head over to our main homepage.