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Newham General Hospital

Newham University Hospital is a nucleus hospital situated in Plaistow, east London, England. Opening in 1983, it provided centralized services for the population of Newham. It replaced Queen Mary's Hospital for the East End in Stratford and East Ham Memorial Hospital, both of which closed.
The hospital provides Accident and Emergency facilities, as well as in- and out-patient care. Phase 2 of its 'nucleus' development introduced a maternity unit in 1985, replacing the services previously provided by Forest Gate Hospital.
Newham University Hospital is now run by Newham University Hospital NHS Trust, along with, the now closed, St. Andrew's Hospital in Bromley-by-Bow.
The hospital was also used in Benjamin Zephaniah's book Face.

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