09 AUG 2017

New home required for Claydon and Barham GP Surgery

Dr Dan was pleased to visit Claydon and Barham Surgery on Wednesday 9th August, bringing together key parties to discuss the future of this popular GP surgery.

Dr Dan has been working for some time now with Dr Naqvi and his team, to fight for new and improved facilities and a new building. The surgery has operated from a temporary porta-cabin for some years now and with growing patient numbers and increased services, the time has now come to push further for a new building.

As an NHS doctor, Dr Dan understands the important of first class, local medical services and he welcomed the opportunity to meet once more with Dr Naqvi and his team to talk about their growth, their plans for the future and to see what more Dr Dan can do to support the development of a new building for the practice.

Dr Dan has called on all parties to work together to find a solution and is looking forward to revisiting the practice later this year to check on progress.


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