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Gloucester’s Quayside House medical centre ready to open its doors


The new health centre, in Quay Street in Gloucester, has replaced the previous Quayside House, which was built in the 1960s and had a planned 30-year lifespan.


Quayside House will now be home to two GP surgeries serving around 18,000 patients, a pharmacy, office space, and parking.

Cllr Tim Harman, cabinet member for public health and communities, said:

“I am delighted that this new health centre is now complete.

“The new health centre will be able to provide a high quality service to the people in the city of Gloucester, and is part of the wider regeneration in the area.

“£16million of council funding has helped to make this project happen, and has been completed despite the difficulties posed by the COVID-19 pandemic.”

Take a look inside the new building in the video below:

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