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About 30,000 patients each year are kept in hospital despite being well enough to be discharged.According to government estimates, such a patient costs the NHS about £260 a day.“It is of course much cheaper than being in a hospital.The family can help because they can go in at any time because you’re in a private room.” Nick Seddon, the deputy director of the think tank Reform, also backed patient hotels.Visiting hours for family members would be far more flexible than in a hospital, relations would be able to stay in a nearby room, and the system would save the health service tens of millions of pounds.Other Whitehall sources have also indicated support for the concept of patient hotels.

“The idea is that if you go into hospital and you don’t need acute care, which a lot of old people particularly don’t, or you’ve had a difficult pregnancy and you need access to specialist care but you don’t need it most of the time, you are immediately moved out of a hospital to something run by a hotel.

In America, Marriott and Hilton already operate hotels for patients and families attending nearby medical facilities.

University College Hospital in London has established an accommodation unit where family members can stay and there are plans for patient hotels in Worcester and the South West, although none has so far been opened.

For security reasons, our exterior doors are locked at 9 p.m. must check in with the nursing station to receive a Visitor's Pass. and 6 a.m., visitors must enter through the emergency department.

Children of any age may visit, but children less than 12 years of age must be accompanied by an adult at all times.