I’ve been working on this story for some time and I finally have the answer.
The recessing medicine cabinet was the centrepiece of a big renovation project on the old Perthshire General Hospital grounds.
It’s an interesting and very interesting story to tell.
The cabinet, which was used for rehydration and medical equipment, has since been used for medical equipment on the new General Hospital premises.
What started as a renovation project to make the building a more fit-for-purpose hospital turned into something very different.
I’m not sure why this happened.
In April this year, I received a letter from the chief medical officer of the General Hospital, Dr John Pemberton, about the recesses medicine cabinet.
The removal of the cabinet was part of a wider rehabilitation project which is being carried out at the time.” “
The re-use is now on hold pending an assessment of the cost and the availability of materials for the cabinet.”
The removal of the cabinet was part of a wider rehabilitation project which is being carried out at the time.
“In a written statement to The West Australian, Dr Pemberson said: “We were advised of this cabinet removal in March 2017.
As part of this project, the re-purposing of the departmentals medical equipment is in progress.
“”It is in the planning stages at the moment.
“Dr Pember, who also heads the Perth Health and Human Services Department, said he was aware of the removal of re-used cabinet material but that it was not an issue at the centre.
If you’d like to talk to the person in charge of the rehydrative medicine cabinet please contact Dr Pesterton at: [email protected] Read more about this story at The West Australia Times.