Leith Community Treatment Centre, CTC Building, Architect, Junction Place Project, Images, Design
Lothian Primary Care NHS Trust, Leith
CTC: Healthcare Building Edinburgh, Scotland – by designlab architects
Leith Community Treatment Centre
Design: designlab Architects
Leith Community Treatment Centre (CTC) on Junction Place: designed for Lothian Primary Care NHS Trust.
The £5.5m Leith health building by designlab (no longer operating) went on site Jul 2002 with Gleesons as contractor, was to complete in Oct 2003
Address: Leith Community Treatment Centre, Junction Place, Edinburgh EH6 5JQ
Phone: 0131 536 6225
CTC is the first service of its kind in Scotland, providing a wide range of outpatient and day services for adults and children living in Leith and north-east Edinburgh
The £8.5 million CTC opened in June 2004 and patients are referred there for treatment by their GP or hospital consultant. The centre brings together services that were previously scattered provided between sites including the Eastern General and Mill Lane Medical Centre.
Leith CTC is regularly attended by consultants from the Royal Infirmary, Western General and Royal Hospital for Sick Children, bringing services closer to where patients live.
It also provides a base for a number of community healthcare teams, including psychiatric nurses, paediatric speech and language therapists, school nurses and social workers.
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