A hospital in Bristol is opening its doors to the public on Monday after a 19 million pound re-vamp. At one point Cossham Hospital was going to be closed, but local people campaigned to keep it open. Now the hospital has new x-ray and ulatrasound facilities and a brand new birth centre.
Overall, it'll now be able to see double the amount of outpatients it once could. Tanya Mercer went along to see it.
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