The Mignot Memorial Hospital, Alderney
Small but perfectly formed
At just 1.5 miles wide and 3.5 miles long, Alderney is the third largest Channel Island, and like the other islands, enjoys a mild climate and its independence from the UK.
Alderney is renowned for its natural beauty, wildlife, history, and its peace and tranquillity. The coast of the Island offers dramatic cliff walks, and also some of the most beautiful and un-crowded beaches of golden sand to be found in the Channel Islands. The Islands “capital” St Anne’s, is picturesque with its cobbled streets and pastel coloured buildings.
The Mignot Memorial Hospital serves Alderney’s population of 2,300 and visitors to the Island, and has recently undergone a £6.2 million redevelopment and refurbishment programme, which has created up to date facilities for both patients and our staff to work in; together with the most fantastic sea views!
The Hospital is a 22- bedded unit providing:
• 8 beds for medical and post operative care (All procedures undertaken at the PEH in Guernsey.)
• 14 beds for continuing care.
• An accident and emergency room.
• Out patient facilities
• Modern radiology facilities
• Maternity cover
• Extended care into the community.
Close ties are maintained with Health and Social Services Department services based on the larger island of Guernsey, for support and staff training and development.