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Better facilities for GP patients in Biggleswade as Ivel Medical Centre moves to new premises

08 January 2016

On Monday 18 January, Ivel Medical Centre in Biggleswade will open the doors of their new premises on Chestnut Avenue - opposite the public car park and next to the ambulance and fire stations. The new surgery has been completely refurbished to provide patients and staff with a modern, more spacious facility and better disabled access to the building.

Work to refurbish the premises has been ongoing during 2015, and patients will finally be able to see the new surgery in all its glory. The major benefit for patients and staff is that everything is on the ground floor. There are additional spacious consultation rooms with waiting areas at the front and the rear. All the current facilities and services will be offered at the new premises with more services to commence following the move.

The current premises in The Baulk will be open for medical emergencies only on Friday 15 January and as usual, the practice will close at 6:30pm that day. The practice and all staff will move over the weekend and will reopen on Monday morning in the new surroundings.

Dr William Hollington, a senior partner and a GP at the practice said: “We are confident that this move will mean that our practice has a surgery which is fit for purpose for many years to come, and has scope to grow and develop new services.

We want to take this opportunity to thank our patients for their patience and loyalty whilst we have worked to find new premises.

We are planning an open morning at the new premises on Saturday 23 January 2016 from 10am-12noon where all patients are welcome to have a look at the new surgery building. We do hope that you will be able to join us in celebrating our move.”

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