The Great Western Hospital is a large hospital in Swindon, Wiltshire, England, near junction 15 of the M4 motorway. It opened in 2002 and is run by the Great Western Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.
The facilities at the hospital include an accident and emergency department, an acute assessment unit, a twelve bedded intensive care / high dependency unit, a maternity unit, an intermediate care centre on site, a health and social care education centre called the Academy, and a wide range of wards and clinics, serving approximately 300,000 people.
Swindon Is a good place to live
Safety.Swindon is generally a safe town with a low crime rate, at 80% of the national crime rate. With 28.2 crimes reported per 1,000 working people per annum, it’s the 18th lowest crime rate out of 94 postcodes areas in England and Wales.
Swindon famous for
Swindon is now known for being a regional centre for business, and is home to many technological and pharmaceutical companies, aswell as having national headquarters for international companies Nationwide, Intel, and Zurich. The town is also a regional retail and leisure hub of which it boasts several facilities.