Olympics Village polyclinic of the future’ is unveiled for 2012
A NEW polyclinic of the future’ for the 2012 Olympics village has been given the go-ahead in East London. The centre will be used by athletes from around the world during the Games
A NEW 'polyclinic of the future' for the 2012 Olympics village has been given the go-ahead in East London.
The centre will be used by athletes from around the world during the Games.
But afterwards it is to be at the heart of a new prestigious 'village' development providing all-round healthcare for existing communities at Stratford and 3,000 new households after 2012.
The four-storey centre, which has been granted planning permission this week, is to be located on the eastern edge of the Village for easy access for the existing community at Stratford.
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It will include primary NHS care, GP surgeries, physiotherapy services, a children's clinic and diagnostic facilities such as X-ray and ultrasound, dentists and opticians. Also planned is a gym, youth centre, caf� and meeting space.
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