Hospital services move to centre
HEALTH services in Thornbury are entering a new era - and closing the door on the town's hospital for the last time. A new facility known as Thornbury Outpatients was due to open at the St Mary's Centre on December 23. The opening of the new town centre facilities for outpatient and community midwifery
appointments, which include four clinical rooms, coincides with the final closure of Thornbury Hospital, which North Bristol NHS Trust says is no longer "fit for purpose".
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