The trio of modern, high quality facilities have increased accessibility, improved health and delivered a number of community benefits through co-location for each local area.
Blackburn Partnership Centre: The £7.6m project, completed on time and on budget, supported the relocation if the existing Ashgrove Medical Practice and teh creation of a health hub, which includes a community health centre and provides podriatry, physiotherapy and dental services The stylish building, which features roof mounted photovoltic panels, also houses council services consisting of a library, employability offices and credit union.
Allemuir Health Centre: The £7m development provides accomodation for two local GP practcies and a range of primary care services including children's services and mental health support. The various department are centred around a three-storey foyer, which overlooks a landscaped courtyard. Innovatively designed, all waiting areas overlook the central atium space, facilitating orientation and wayfinding while maximising natural light.
Pennywell All Care Centre: The three-storey Community Health Partnership Centre provides integrated care and enables the co-location of NHS Lothian and the City of Edinburgh Council children's services. The £12m flexible facility also accomodates a GP surgery and provides space for community and voluntary organisations.