Millbrook Medical Centre
The 600 sq metre medical centre was developed under the Governments Equitable Access programme of providing more access to GPs in areas where it is most needed. The Medical Centre opened its doors to its first patients on the 15th February 2010.
The surgery provides more convenient healthcare for local people with flexible weekend and evening opening hours. The building was developed on a fast track procurement programme in order to match central government funding.
BTG Estates Partnership property and development specialists have worked very closely with NHS Tameside and Glossop, demonstrating the flexibility and value for money that the partnership brings to such schemes.
Glossop Primary Care Centre
The Glossop Primary Care Centre is a living breathing example of how one building can make a vital difference to its local population, not only in how services can be delivered but how different health services can work together to the benefit of all.
For a number of years, the condition and suitability of the existing clinic for the delivery of modern health care services has been variable. The existing facilities did not always meet patients expectations, with quality and access often being below an acceptable standard.
NHS Tameside and Glossop recognised this and invested in the development of this £5m building, which stands as an exemplar of innovation of what can be achieved when the wide ranging health service join forces to deliver services which are focused on the broader current and future needs of the local community.
Radcliffe Primary Care Centre
The £10 million state of the art centre, which is a public, private partnership, financed and developed by Bury, Tameside and Glossop Estates Partnership and extends to 4,944 sq metres offering clinical accommodation over three floors, including 45 consulting and examination rooms and 20 treatment and diagnostic rooms.
The construction of the building generated significant local economic benefits, employing many people from the local community.
The building incorporates a range of green technologies to reduce the environmental impact of the centre, including rainwater harvesting systems supplying reclaimed water, combined heat and power units and solar thermal panels providing 30% of the daily hot water to the centre.
Ashton Primary Care Centre