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Woking Community Centre

Woking Community Hospital has received planning consent to further develop a community diagnostic centre at the hospital site.

Currently, residents of Woking need to travel to Ashford, Camberley, Guildford, or Chertsey for the majority of diagnostic outpatient appointments. This development will offer a local centre, preventing the need for 30,000 hospital visits outside of Woking annually, providing residents with a vibrant and modern health facility.

The planning consent will allow us to complement the vast range of diagnostic services already provided at Woking Community Hospital which include x-ray, paediatric audiology, adult audiology, ophthalmology, dermatology, bone density (dexa) scanning, and ultrasound, with cardiac testing, and respiratory testing opening shortly.

The development of a building extension connected to the current hospital will offer computerised tomography (CT), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), as well as expanding the ultrasound capacity and enable improved access for the mobile breast screening unit.

Woking Community Centre

Jack Wagstaff, Place Leader of North West Surrey Alliance says; ‘This project is part of an NHS-wide expansion of diagnostic services and wider community diagnostic hub programme across Surrey Heartlands, and we are delighted to be able to progress our plans at Woking Community Hospital helping to reduce waiting times and expedite treatment for people across North West Surrey.’

The centre is funded by NHS England and will be developed by Ashford and St Peter’s Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, working in close collaboration with CSH Surrey, primary care, Alliance Medical Ltd and partners operating out of Woking Community Hospital.

Woking Community Centre

 

The Prime Minister Visits Woking Community Hospital

Rishi Woking CDC plans - Credit - Picture by Simon Walker  No 10 Downing Street

The Prime Minister, Rishi Sunak visited the Woking Community Hospital on Thursday 11 April 2024 with Woking MP, Jonathan Lord, to meet with staff and learn more about the Community Diagnostic Centre (CDC) which is due to be fully operational later this year.

 

Access to Woking Community Hospital from Monday 22 April

The front entrance of Woking Community Hospital will be closed will be closed from Monday 22 April 2024 as work continues to develop a community diagnostic centre at the hospital site.

The main entrance along with the main reception team will be temporarily relocated to the entrance to the Walk in Centre.

Closure of the front entrance will allow the construction team to work safely along perimeter of the car park and will allow patients to enter and exit the hospital safely.

The current Main Entrance will remain closed for the remainder of the development work.

This development, due to open later this year, will offer a local centre, preventing the need for 30,000 hospital visits outside of Woking annually, providing residents with a vibrant and modern health facility.

 

New Suite Opens as Part of Diagnostic Centre Development in Woking

Keith Millard, Tom Smerdon, Annemarie van Bochove Allen, and Susan Jackson

A new Cardio and Respiratory Diagnostic Suite opened on Thursday 16 May 2024 at Woking Community Hospital and will provide high-quality care in a vibrant and modern facility for people living in North West Surrey.

 

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