Following our report back in April that local contractor RL Davies of Colwyn Bay had been awarded the construction contract, building work has started on the new and eagerly awaited Primary Care Centre in Mold. The new facility, which will house two GP surgeries and staff from Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board (BCUHB), will provide services for more than 8,000 patients.
Geoff Lang, Director of Primary Care for BCUHB, said:
“We are delighted that patients in Mold will soon be benefiting from greatly improved facilities. And we hope the two practices coming together in a single building will open up opportunities to develop new services in the future that might not have been feasible for one individual surgery.”
Apollo”s Development Director, Richard Drew, said:
“This new and long-awaited facility will provide excellent accommodation where the doctors and other practice staff can deliver services to benefit their patients from Mold and the surrounding areas.”
Health chiefs have said that the centre will have the capacity to take on up to 3,500 patients over the following five years.
The new centre will be completed in the Spring of next year.