St Mary's Centre
From Bradmoor Farm
By Haddenham Webteam - 22nd June 2015 6:00am
A few months ago Haddenham Medical Centre suffered significant flooding when an internal water pipe burst over a bank holiday weekend. By the time staff returned to open up the surgery after the long weekend, parts of the building were almost ankle deep in water!
The staff worked extremely hard to overcome the obvious difficulties and enable the Medical Centre to function within just a few hours. However, some structural damage was caused and this work is still outstanding.
Repairs are now about to begin and Practice Manager, Ellen Solley, therefore wishes to draw the attention of patients to the implications.
"Over the next 6 weeks we will be having the building repair work carried out in several areas of Haddenham Medical Centre."
"The work will be undertaken during normal working hours and also at weekends."
"Surgeries will continue as normal, however visitors to the Medical Centre should be aware there will be some disruption and noise during this time, although every effort will be taken to keep this to a minimum."
Patient confidentiality will not be compromised."
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