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From Lady Julian Bridge, Norwich 55 min
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From Heigham Park, Norwich 91 min
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From Attleborough Railway Station (ATL), Attleborough 145 min
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Lowestoft Hospital, Lowestoft
Lowestoft Hospital, Lowestoft Lowestoft Hospital is a National Health Service (NHS) hospital on Tennyson Road in Lowestoft in the English county of Suffolk. It is managed by the James Paget University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. It provides convalescing community care for elderly people, a minor injuries unit and a variety of other services. It has no accident and emergency department. The earliest buildings on the site date from the late 19th century and are over 150 years old. The hospital was refurbished during the late 1990s. In 2011 the top floor of the hospital was closed with the loss of 13 beds, leaving the facility with 27 beds, mainly in use for elderly patients. In early 2013 a proposal to review health care provision in Lowestoft gave rise to the potential closure of Lowestoft hospital, with the loss of community hospital beds in the town. Plans put forward by HealthEast include the relocation of services to health centres in Kirkley and in North Lowestoft, although the hospital site may retain some services. A public consultation on the plans was launched in May 2013 with a decision expected by October 2013.
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