Farnborough Centre for Health is a landmark development for healthcare services in the town, so it was always important to us that local people had opportunities to influence the project and to give their feedback.
We received many suggestions and questions from Farnborough residents - many of them about the physical aspects of the building and its surroundings - and we wanted to demonstrate that these suggestions and questions have had an impact.
Farnborough’s new Centre for Health has been hailed as ‘fantastic’ by Leo Docherty MP as he visited the building days ahead of its scheduled opening.
Mr Docherty, the MP for Farnborough, was given a tour of the building as final preparations were being made before the first patients are due to be welcomed on Monday, October 19.
We’re delighted to announce that despite the challenges posed by the coronavirus pandemic, the new Farnborough Centre for Health is on course to open this Autumn as planned.
Services moving in to the building, in Apollo Rise, Farnborough, are expecting to start welcoming patients and service users from October 19.
The project is a joint enterprise between Rushmoor Borough Council and NHS North East Hampshire and Farnham Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), and represents the culmination of many years’ work.
GPs and other health services will be able to support local people in a new way and help residents to manage their own health more effectively. The services it hosts will benefit all of Farnborough, including new housing developments.
Whilst many projects have been impacted by Covid-19 we are really pleased to be able to share with you a progress update from one of our key projects which has been able to be safely progressed. Construction work started at Farnborough Centre for Health on 20 April 2020 and work is expected to be completed at the end of August 2020.
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