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Building Works

With effect from Wednesday 15th February there is no access to the surgery from the rear of the building. The disabled parking bay is temporarily near the front door and a ramp has been fitted.  

 Please be aware that parking is limited and turning can be difficult, especially for larger vehicles.  

 w/c 2nd May

It is anticipated that in 2 weeks time the builders will commence internal alterations. During this time one of the consulting rooms will be out of use and therefore we will have fewer face-to-face appointments to offer. However, although we may have to alter some clinic times we will endeavour to give you access to the most appropriate clinician for your needs and we will be offering additional telephone consultations.

Thank you for you co-operation to date.  

Update w/c 22nd May

Please note we have no lavatory facilities on the ground floor at the moment

Update 11th August

We hope that by the end of next week we are in a position to move onto Phase 3 of the building work. This means moving the dispensary and reception into the new building and start work inside the existing building. 

Update 24th August

 Hurrah! We have finally moved reception and dispensary into the extension. Disabled parking has reverted to the rear of the building with access for all via the new main entrance.

There is no longer access for patients at the front of the building as we move to stage 3 of the building project.

We now have a patient loo downstairs with baby changing facilities and a bright and airy waiting room.

However, we are still one consulting room down whilst other internal alterations are done. 

 Update 11th October

We have now reached the final phase of the alterations. Yippee, we are at last able to use four consulting rooms again.

We remain very grateful to all our patients for their patience and co-operation during the past few months. It hasn't always been easy but we have managed to remain open and we hope you will all benefit from the alterations once they are completed.   

 



 
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