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Today marks the completion of the highest point of the new £90m West Cumberland Hospital.
Staff have gathered to mark the event.
The hospital is due to open to patients in Spring 2015.
A ceremony is due to take place this morning to mark a significant point in the construction of the new West Cumberland Hospital in Whitehaven.
Copeland MP Jamie Reed will unveil a plaque on the roof of the building which is due to be completed by December next year.
Tomorrow marks the completion of the highest point of the new ninety million pound WestCumberland Hospital.
ITV Border was given a special tour of the facility,before the topping-out ceremony.
The building work is on schedule and patients will arrive in Spring 2015.
Samantha Parker reports:
Tomorrow marks the completion of the highest point of the new £90m West Cumberland Hospital.
ITV Border was given a special tour of the new state of the art facility ahead of the topping out ceremony.
Bosses at the new West Cumberland Hospital say building work is on track to be finished in a year's time.
The £90 million pound hospital will open to patients in Spring 2015.
The historic role of matron is returning to the Cumberland Infirmary and the West Cumberland Hospital.
The positions were created after the North Cumbria University Hospitals Trust was investigated for higher than expected death rates.
Watch the full report from Katie Hunter below.
Richard Heaton, Chief matron for surgery in North Cumbria, told ITV Border what the new matrons would be doing in their reinstated roles.
Clare Barlow is one of the new matrons starting at the Cumberland Infirmary today.
It is one of the measures that has been introduced by the NHS trust to try to deal with previous failings at the hospital.
New matrons are beginning work at the Cumberland Infirmary and the West Cumberland Hospital today.
The positions were created after the North Cumbria University Hospitals NHS Trust was criticised by the Keogh review into higher than expected death rates.
The Trust has recruited 70 qualified nurses during the last 12 months to try and deal with previous failings.
"One of the key priority actions from Keogh outlined the need for us to urgently review our staffing arrangements and we have been working closely with all partners to ensure a swift process for staff.
– Chris Platton, acting director of nursing and quality, North Cumbria University Hospitals NHS Trust
"It is vital that our frontline nursing teams have clear leadership and lines of accountability on the ward and also that our nurses have time to do what they do best and provide nursing care for patients.
"This new model, which will replicate the highly successful ward leadership model at Northumbria Healthcare means we can greatly improve the safety of care and experience of our patients."