Patients of Haverhill Family Practice are being asked for their comments on an intention to relocate services at the practice’s Stourview branch surgery in the town to nearby Camps Road, less than a quarter of a mile away, within walking distance of the town centre.


The Stourview branch surgery has not been in use for patients since late 2019. At the time, the practice made the decision to consolidate services at the Camps Road site as they did not have sufficient administration and clinical staff to split services between the Stourview and Camps Road sites. Covid-19 restrictions further compounded that decision during the pandemic.


The practice’s patient list has grown by 25% in the last seven years and continues to grow with new local housing estates in development.


Additional staff have now been taken on to meet patient demand including paramedics, clinical pharmacists and pharmacy technicians.


The practice is now expanding into the remaining part of the Camps Road building vacated by Unity Healthcare (formally Christmas Maltings and Clements Practice) in early 2021.


This will provide a waiting room of three times the current size, additional consulting and treatment rooms and its own dedicated entrance.


There is parking available at the site and also nearby car parks to make accessing the site easy.

If you have any questions or comments, please email haverhill.familypractice@nhs.net or visit the practice at Camps Road, Haverhill, Suffolk CB9 8HF.


Please note the last day for comments will be Friday 12 April 2024 at 6.30pm.

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