Aylesbury's Childrens' Services are Moving Home
2:02pm 5th March 2012
(Updated 2:04pm 5th March 2012)
Childrens' clinics which are currently run from the Sue Nicholls Centre, Bierton Road, will be moving to newly refurbished accommodation at Rayners Hedge, Croft Road, Aylesbury from Thursday the 8th of March.
The facilities at Rayners Hedge have been refurbished to ensure that clinics will be provided in a comfortable and safe environment.
New modern facilities will ensure that we are able to continue to provide the same services for children within a bigger, appropriate and child friendly environment.
Adult community neurorehabilitation services currently provided from the building will continue as they are but these are out-patients services and will be separated from the children's services.
Services moving across from Thursday the 8th March:
* Paediatric physiotherapy
* Paediatric occupational therapy
* Paediatric outpatient clinics
* Paediatric continence clinics
* School nurse immunisation clinics
* Learning disability nursing team clinics
Sally Loring, Trust Assistant Director of Operations; Division of Women and Children told Mix 96:
Patient care is of upmost importance to us at Buckinghamshire Healthcare Trust. Moving paediatric outpatient services to Rayners Hedge will ensure that patients continue to receive high quality care in a modern, purposely adapted environment.
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