According to the Bank’s website, the project entails the strategic investment plans of the Elisabeth-Twee Steden Hospital (ETZ) in Tilburg, aimed at optimising its healthcare infrastructure, service delivery and energy efficiency.
ETZ plans a phased but comprehensive renewal of its main hospital location ETZ Elisabeth, into a sustainable healthcare campus, where all acute, complex and clinical care will be concentrated. Upon completion of the investment plan, ETZ will be able to operate in a more agile and efficient way, within an optimally designed hospital. That will help the hospital to meet the increasing healthcare needs in its catchment area and maintain its positions as top-clinical hospital, and trauma centre for the province of North Brabant.
In a first phase (until 2026), a new hospital building will be constructed at the ETZ Elisabeth location, to accommodate the emergency department, operation theatres and intensive care, cardiocare unit, intervention centre, nursing wards and a general practitioners centre. In the second phase (2027-2031), the building will be expanded with radiology units, more operating theatres, nursing wards and a parking garage. In parallel, the sites ETZ Waalwijk and ETZ TweeSteden will maintain their role for outpatient activities, day treatment and diagnostics.
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