There are concerns that parts of the delayed Midland Metropolitan hospital in Sandwell may have to be rebuilt if construction doesn't resume soon.
Work on the £350 million pound hospital was halted when construction firm Carillion collapsed in January.
The boss of the NHS Trust that runs the hospital says bad weather is damaging parts of the building.
As it stands, only two-thirds of the building has been built and with these further problems, it could add an extra £10 million pounds worth of work onto the project.
Toby Lewis, Chief Executive of Sandwell & West Birmingham NHS Trust has said:
When asked whether the trust was finding it difficult to find a company to complete the work, Mr Lewis said:
In a statement, The Department for Health says:
It's reported that the hospital is not expected to open now until at least 2022.