THE full details of Hinchingbrooke Hospital's rescue package will be unveiled tomorrow (Thursday). It will guarantee services on the site for the next 15-20 years. The Hunts Post has been given an exclusive preview of how the Huntingdon hospital will be remodelled to ensure it is clinically and financially sound. Hinchingbrooke chief executive Mark Millar, along with other members of NHS staff, has been working on detailed plans for the hospital following the three-month public consultation exercise earlier this year. While the basic plan for the hospital has never been in doubt - retaining core services and allowing others to be provided in the community - implementing the scheme was always going to be the difficult bit, said Mr Millar. However, the Hinchingbrooke team believes it has cracked it and has arranged a number of pilot schemes to run at the hospital that could provide a model for hospitals countrywide. One of the first phases of the plan is the reorganisation of the hospital site. The six wards at the front of the hospital will be revamped by the end of next year, adding en suites, and the wards at the rear of the site will close. Other services, such as renal, will be shuffled around the hospital, bringing them closer together. This move will see the rear of the hospital made redundant and will give Hinchingbrooke an asset capable of being sold and raising money that may no longer have to be put towards its predicted £40million debt.