The Royal Oldham Hospital's extension is named

A surgeon who was an inspiration to Royal Oldham’s colleagues is the namesake of the hospital’s new £28m extension. It is the first time a building of this size and stature at the Oldham site has been named in honour of a former colleague. 

The chosen name, The Hulton Building, was decided through an open vote involving Northern Care Alliance (NCA) colleagues from across the Trust.  They overwhelmingly voted for the new hub site to be named after the consultant, the late Mr Neil Hulton. 

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