A GP surgery in Hampton in Arden is set to unveil new and improved facilities that will benefit its thousands of patients. The major refurbishment at Hampton Surgery will be officially opened on 5 January 2017 by The Worshipful Mayor of Solihull Councillor Mike Robinson along with trustees from The George Fentham Trust.
Based at Fentham Hall, Marsh Lane, Hampton in Arden B92 0AH, Hampton Surgery secured funds through an NHS Infrastructure bid and has also benefited from the financial support of local charity the George Fentham Trust.
Patients will now benefit from a new larger waiting room and reception area, a refurbished disabled toilet and improved disability access. A new consulting room has also been added to the surgery to support the ongoing work of a fragility worker who takes a holistic approach to managing the care of the frail and elderly.
Dr Rodger Charlton, from Hampton Surgery, said:
“We are delighted to be opening these fantastic new facilities which will help to transform the patient experience at the surgery. We would especially like to thank the George Fentham Trust for the fantastic financial support they have given to the project.”
Dr Patrick Brooke, Chief Officer NHS Solihull CCG, said:
“Patients are at the heart of everything we do, so we are delighted that Hampton surgery’s patients will have benefit from these key improvements.”