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Important information about Lingdale Clinic

Following a period of patient engagement, NHS South Tees Clinical Commissioning Group’s Primary Care Commissioning Committee agreed at its meeting on Wednesday 27 February 2019 to support an application from both Hillside Practice and Brotton Surgery to permanently close the branch site at Lingdale Clinic.

Lingdale Clinic has been temporarily closed since February 2018, due to problems with the building’s heating and hot water system and practice workforce constraints.

During the 3 months prior to the temporary closure of Lingdale Clinic, an average of 19 patients per month accessed the clinic. Our patients have continued to access appointments since that time at the main site at Brotton or via home visits where appropriate.

We would like to assure all patients that they will still be able to see the same doctors and nurses and continue to access the health services needed at our main site at Brotton.  We can also confirm that the closure of the Lingdale Clinic will not result in staff redundancies.

Patients are reminded they have the legal right to choose a GP practice that best suits their needs, and if you do not wish to remain registered at Brotton Surgery you can use the NHS Choices website to compare Practices that are in the area.

 https://www.nhs.uk/Service-Search/GP/LocationSearch/4

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