Patients, visitors and staff are being advised to allow extra time for journeys to King’s Mill Hospital because of up coming road works in the A38.
Bosses at the hospital on Mansfield Road are advising setting off an little earlier because of the works starting from January 2, to March 31, between 8pm and 6am on weekdays.
Extensive repairs to the A38 and A617 will be carried out by Nottinghamshire County Council as part of a £5m project to upgrade the roads starting from January 2, to March 31, between 8pm and 6am on weekdays.
Bosses at the hospital on Mansfield Road are advising people to be aware of possible delays on the roads because of the works.
Works are due to run until Saturday, March 31, 2018 subject to weather conditions, and will take place overnight, typically between 8pm and 6am and during weekends to minimise any disruption to residents and road users.
Local diversions will be in place as the works progress, with vehicular access to properties wherever possible.
A spokeswoman from King's Mill Hospital has said access to the hospital will be maintained throughout the works with emergency vehicles being allowed access through any road closures.
A full programme of the works can be found online at www.nottinghamshire.gov.uk/marr which will also have all the latest information on any closures and diversions.