The hospital was founded by Samuel Whitbread, the brewer, who had left £8,000 in his will for the purpose of establishing a hospital. The planning committee for the hospital, which included Duke of Bedford, Lord John Russell and the brewer’s son, also Samuel Whitbread made swift progress and the hospital opened in 1803. Today the hospital has approximately 400 inpatients beds and provides a full range of district general hospital services.
Following a successful service delivery for the past three years, we have recently won a tender for the service and maintenance contract for all hospital’s air conditioning and refrigeration equipment.
Our engineers provide care for a wide range of systems from roof top water to small spilt air conditioning units and kitchen fridges and are on hand 24 hours a day, 365 days a year to support the smooth hospital’s operation.
By providing ongoing maintenance and reactive support services we ensure that their systems are working efficiently at all times.
We are proud of our knowledge and expertise in providing services to NHS sites nationwide. Adcock’s cooling and heating systems can be found in over 100 hospitals and other medical centers.
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