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Temple St warns of missed opportunity

We need to get rid of vested interests and move on for children’s sake, says hospital chief

Susan Mitchell

Deputy Editor and Health Editor

23rd October, 2010

Like many children’s hospitals, Temple Street has a play area for some of the sick children in its care.

However, the play area is on the top floor. It is therefore inaccessible to many patients, particularly those needing wheelchairs, because there is no lift to the top floor.

The new conference room at the hospital also functions as a cinema, but the only access is by descending a flight of stairs - far...

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