Millions of pounds to improve Hull Royal Infirmary

Hull Royal Infirmary's to receive a share of over £88 million to improve emergency care and speed up diagnostic testing.

The funding will be used to upgrade the emergency department and provide a better environment for the patients to be treated.

It'll also be used for MRI and CT scanners as well as additional scoping capabilities, which will mean patients can undergo tests more quickly.

Mike Proctor, chair of the Humber, Coast and Vale Strategic Estates Board, says: "This is great news for local people across our region.

"This extra funding will enable us to improve our emergency department and help more people to get the diagnostic tests they need more quickly."

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