Chiswick Family Practice (not to be confused with Chiswick Family Doctors Practice at the medical centre on Fisher’s Lane), is moving from its current location on Southfield Road to a newer, larger and purpose-built facility on the new Acton Gardens Development.
The doctor’s practice, which includes Dr V Bhatt, Dr J Szyszko, Dr E lister and Dr P Vella, say the move is likely to occur at the beginning of next year and have told patients they will be contacted with more details when they become available.
The practice says the new building’s location offers enhanced disabled access and easy access by bus or tube. The premises, which occupies two floors of the building, will also provide the practice with training facilities and patient consultation groups will have the opportunity to meet more easily.
The new location is part of the Acton Gardens development on Bollo Bridge Road, 0.7 miles from the current location on the corner of Strauss Road and Southfield Road.
Patients will be provided with updates via information in the current reception area, the practice’s website and through text messages. They have been asked to keep their contact details up to date, so as to not miss any important announcements.
The new location is Acton Gardens, Bollo Bridge Road, London, W3 8DA.
Image above: Acton Gardens residential units
‘Delighted’ staff welcome move
In a statement to patients concerning the move, the practice said:
‘We are delighted to announce that Chiswick Family Practice will be moving to large, modern premises in Acton in the next few months.
‘We will contact you again, closer to the time of the move, with an exact date for the opening at the new location, but we wanted to share details of the new facilities our patients will be able to experience at the purpose-built premises.
‘The building’s location offers enhanced disabled access and easy access by bus or tube. The new premises will also provide our GP practice with additional clinical rooms, an extended wheelchair-friendly reception area, plus modern facilities with improved technology.
‘Our current building is much older and smaller in comparison to the new facilities which will provide 551sqm of space and will benefit our patients with additional clinical rooms, enhanced procedure rooms, a wheelchair accessible reception and waiting area. Working in a more modern building with enhanced technology – with easy access to transport – is also being welcomed by staff.
‘In comparison to our smaller, older building, these much larger premises are also being welcomed by staff. The new premises will also provide us with training facilities and our patient consultation groups will also have the opportunity to meet more easily.’
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