|Photo: Nils Vollmar / Liechtensteiner Volksblatt / Volksblatt.li|
Today in Vaduz, Princess Marie was the guest of honour at the official opening of the National Hospital’s new emergency and outpatient surgery areas. The changes, headed by architect Patrick Matt, cost 6.5 million Swiss francs and were completed in only four weeks, largely because parts of the facility had to be closed during renovations.
The hospital is now thirty years old. Back in 2011, a new loan request was rejected, so the Board of Trustees was forced to scrap existing plans and develop a plan that was economical and fit the hospital needs. Board president Michael Ritter (standing to the left of Princess Marie in the photo) expressed his delight with the results, and was pleased to welcome Princess Marie for the official opening.