|Neath Port Talbot Hospital|
|Swansea Bay University Health Board|
Interior of the hospital
|Location||Baglan, Neath Port Talbot, Wales, United Kingdom|
|Care system||NHS Wales|
|Affiliated university||Swansea University Medical School|
Cardiff University School of Medicine
|Emergency department||Minor Injury Unit|
|Lists||Hospitals in Wales|
The hospital, which was commissioned to replace Neath Hospital, was procured under a Private Finance Initiative contract in May 2000. It was designed by SSL and built by Kier Group at a cost of £56 million; it was officially opened by the Prince of Wales on 3 February 2003.
In September 2012 the Health Board announced significant investment to create a new specialist IVF unit and expand the urology unit at the hospital in a bid to recruit and retain experienced clinicians.
In May 2014 staff at the hospital was criticised in an report into the death of an elderly patient who had been treated at the hospital; the report found that there had been "variable or poor professional behaviour and practice in the care of frail older people".
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