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Radcliffe Primary Care Centre

The £10 million state of the art centre was a public, private partnership, financed and developed by Bury, Tameside and Glossop Community Solutions (BTGCS) and extends to 4,944 square metres offering clinical accommodation over three floors, including 45 consulting and examination rooms and 20 treatment and diagnostic rooms.

The development, construction and operation of the facility are the culmination of a successful partnership between, BTG Community Solutions, NHS Bury and constructor Morgan Ashurst.

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.

The centre offers patients the chance to access a wide range of health and wellbeing services, diagnostic tests, minor surgery, and a range of community services, including Community Midwives, Community Dentistry, Audiology, Health Visitors, Speech and Language Therapy and much more. The centre also offers an on-site Pharmacy for ready access to over the counter medicines and prescription drugs.

Radcliffe Primary Care Centre opens seven days a week and offers both early and late appointments to patients.

Radcliffe Primary Care Centre

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"This is the future of health care. These state of the art medical facilities will help to improve the health of the population,providing modern services in appropriate buildings in locations where they are required. This public and private sector project is yet another prime example of how partnership working is benefiting our communities. Tim Chamberlain, Executive Member for Health and Wellbeing of Bury Council"

Key Features

  • 4944 sq. m. of accommodation space
    General medical services provided by 15 GPs in 5 practices for more than 26,000
    patients with additional space for GP trainees, and associated primary care teams
    (community nurses, health visitors etc), administration staff
    Secondary to primary care and community health accommodation including units for minor surgery, podiatry, physiotherapy, orthoptics, audiology, dermatology and sexual
    health as well as Integrated Clinical Assessment and Treatment Services (ICATS) and external mobile diagnostic infrastructure
    Community Services including facilities for district nurses, health visitors and school health visitors as well as a Community Information Service reception and information facility
    Community dental services accommodation
    Primary care mental health services accommodation
    Crèche and childcare facilities as well as Children's Services
    A community pharmacy