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|Frimley Park Hospital|
|Frimley Health NHS Foundation Trust|
|Location||Frimley, Surrey, England|
|Care system||NHS England|
Frimley Park Hospital was opened to provide a full range of acute services to patients North East Hampshire and West Surrey in 1974. After Cambridge Military Hospital in Aldershot closed in 1996, the hospital was selected by the Ministry of Defence to host one of the Ministry of Defence Hospital Units.
The hospital was the birthplace of the two children of the Earl and Countess of Wessex: Lady Louise Windsor and James, Viscount Severn, as well as of Rugby Union World Cup winner Jonny Wilkinson and the twins of Chris Evans. The actor Derrick De Marney died at the hospital in 1978, as did actor and comedian Arthur English in 1995.