Work starts on Lifeboat Quay Medical Centre

(Photo courtesy of Dorset CCG) Chris Kane, Director Greendale Construction Ltd and Practice Manager Jill Tobin, with some of the team involved in Lifeboat Quay Medical Centre.
(Photo courtesy of Dorset CCG) Chris Kane, Director Greendale Construction Ltd and Practice Manager Jill Tobin, with some of the team involved in Lifeboat Quay Medical Centre.

Dorset Chartered Builders, Greendale Construction Limited, has started work on a £1.5 million project with the Dorset Clinical Commissioning Group, which will see Carlisle House Surgery, Lagland Road, Poole, relocated to a modern, fit-for-purpose location in the Lifeboat Quay building off Holes Bay Road, Poole.


Lifeboat Quay Medical Centre, as the practice will be known, will offer eight consulting rooms and three treatment spaces, as well as an interview room, staff welfare facilities, and an office base to allow an independent district nurse to operate from the surgery.
Due to open in the summer of 2019, the work carried out by Greendale will include a full fit-out with all new partitions, joinery, air conditioning, heating, lighting and security systems.


Chris Kane, Director, Greendale Construction Limited said:“Greendale is proud to be involved with this project for Dorset CCG, to move the Lagland Road Surgery to these fantastic modern facilities.  Once completed, Lifeboat Quay Medical Centre will be a huge benefit to the surgery’s current patients, as well as being able to offer primary care facilities to the growing population for this part of Poole.”

 

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