Mayor of Watford, Dorothy Thornhill, 'delighted' with new Radlett mental health facility progress at former Harperbury Hospital site

Watford Observer: Barry Trindall, Project Director with Watford's mayor, Dorothy Thornhill. Barry Trindall, Project Director with Watford's mayor, Dorothy Thornhill.

The Mayor of Watford visited a new £42 million mental health facility based in Radlett this week.

Dorothy Thornhill visited Harper House, Kingsley Green, based at the former Harperbury Hospital site near Radlett, to see how building work was progressing.

The new build will deliver care and support for service users with mental health problems, and is due to open in May 2014.

The site will include five specialist wards and a café.

Dorothy Thornhill said: "Mental health has been the ‘Cinderella’ of the health service for far too long. I am delighted that in this instance patients will be getting top notch facilities and treatment which is something we can all be proud of."

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1:33pm Thu 30 Jan 14

TRT says...

I think you're a bit early, Dotty. They're not accepting patients yet.
I think you're a bit early, Dotty. They're not accepting patients yet. TRT

1:40pm Thu 30 Jan 14

Hornets number 12 fan says...

Grrrrrr! No comment!
Grrrrrr! No comment! Hornets number 12 fan

3:00pm Thu 30 Jan 14

Andrew Turpie says...

TRT wrote:
I think you're a bit early, Dotty. They're not accepting patients yet.
Coughed my coffee over the TFT here - belter lol.
[quote][p][bold]TRT[/bold] wrote: I think you're a bit early, Dotty. They're not accepting patients yet.[/p][/quote]Coughed my coffee over the TFT here - belter lol. Andrew Turpie

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