CENTRAL SUTTON DEVELOPMENT - PATIENT SURVEY 15.09.2017 - 02.10.2017
NHS Sutton Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), London Borough of Sutton and Primary Health Properties have submitted an outline proposal to NHS England, to redevelop the current Robin Hood Health Centre and adjacent Sutton Centre for Independent Living and Learning (SCILL) site, as a modern, purpose-built health and community centre.
This new centre could potentially provide accommodation for this surgery together with:
- Grove Road Practice
- Mulgrave Road Surgery
- Benhill Surgery (part of Benhill and Belmont GP Centre)
- Dr Grice and Partners branch surgery (already based at Robin Hood Health Centre)
- Encompass (services formerly provided by SCILL), Sutton Vision and other voluntary sector organisations
- Expansion of community and out of hospital services which could potentially include:
- Integrated health and care teams
- Community pharmacy
Sutton CCG has contacted patients registered at this surgery and those listed above by post to let them know about the proposal and ask for their views.
PLEASE NOTE this proposal is NOT about merging the five practices. The new health centre would accommodate the surgeries in the same building, offering significantly more clinical space and providing the opportunity to develop a new Health and Social Care Hub for Central Sutton.
Why Central Sutton for the proposed redevelopment?
Sutton’s population is growing quickly and is estimated to significantly increase by 8,000 people over the next five years, mainly within the town centre. Central Sutton GP practices will need more space to accommodate this growing population and greater demand on GP services. The five co-located GP practices would provide services to around 45,000 patients, with extended hours, meeting the needs of the expanded population.
This work is in the early stage of development, and is subject to planning permission and other requirements. We are now developing a full business case, which will be submitted to NHS England later in the year. We want to ensure that patients registered with the five surgeries can feed in their views on what would be important to them and reflect this in the business case. Please complete our online survey, which you can find at:
If you don’t have online access, please contact NHS Sutton CCG to obtain a paper copy with pre-paid envelope:
Telephone: 020 3668 1200 E mail: email@example.com
Please take part in this survey and ensure your views are heard, by 5pm on Monday October 2, 2017.The survey will be analysed by the Project Team based at the CCG, and the results will be fed back to all five surgeries and their patients.
If you are not already a member, please consider joining our practice Patient Participation Group -Contact reception for further details.
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There is a large multi-storey car park across the road from the surgery. The health centre car park is for staff vehicles only, however there are designated parking spaces for disabled patients at the side of the surgery.
Please do not park in the Scill Centre car park
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