Work will begin on 6th July 2020 to build a 500 square metre extension to the existing Glebe House Surgery in Bedale, and reconfigure existing facilities. Once complete both primary care and community services, currently located at Bedale Health Clinic, will be delivered from the extended and modernised facility. This will create an integrated healthcare hub for Bedale residents.The project will be delivered in two phases, over sixty-four weeks. Phase one will involve the construction of the new extension. This will provide enhanced facilities for primary care services including a modern airy waiting space with additional toilet facilities, and an increased number of consulting and treatment rooms.
During this period Glebe House Surgery will be open as usual delivering all current primary care services from the existing building. There will be disruption at times including dust and noise but we will work hard, together with our construction partners, to keep this to a minimum. Unfortunately, in order to provide a suitable working area and safe access, there will be reduced car parking provision for both staff and patients. We are seeking alternative parking provision for staff in order to maximise space for patients but wherever possible we would encourage patients and visitors to walk to the practice.
Phase two, due to start in Summer 2021, will see reconfiguration of the existing Glebe House Surgery to provide customised modern spaces for the community health care services provided by South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Harrogate District Foundation Trust, and Tees, Esk and Wear Valleys NHS Foundation Trust and currently located in Bedale Health Clinic.
This project has been funded jointly by NHS England, North Yorkshire Clinical Commissioning Group and Glebe House Surgery.
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