These exciting new images show how the new Tredegar Health and Wellbeing Centre could look once it opens to the public in Spring 2023.
The Welsh Government approved the full business case for the new development last month and construction of the new facility is planned to start imminently. The Centre is being built on the former Tredegar Hospital site.
The Health & Wellbeing Centre will house two existing GP Practices working independently; Tredegar Health Centre and Glan-yr-Afon Surgery. The centre will bring a range of services for patients together in one place, including General Medical Services, Community Pharmacy and Community Dentistry, Community Services, Social Care and Third Sector Partners. This development is a fundamental element of the clinical futures model within the Blaenau Gwent Borough, helping the Health Board deliver a wide range of services closer to home for the local community.
Aneurin Bevan University Health Board is working closely with local residents, as well as ensuring that the legacy of the former Tredegar Hospital is represented in the new building.
Judith Paget, Chief Executive of Aneurin Bevan University Heath Board, said: “Our ongoing Clinical Futures programme commits us to moving care closer to people’s homes and this new centre in Tredegar enable patients to access a wide range of health and social care services under one roof in the heart of their own community.”