South Woodham Ferrers residents get GP services in new building from 11 November

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After four years of planning, discussion and construction, the three GP surgeries in South Woodham Ferrers will be open in a modern new facility from Monday 11 November.

Greenwood Surgery, Brickfields Surgery and Kingsway Surgery will be moving into Crouch Vale Medical Centre, on Burnham Road near the Sainsbury’s site, over the weekend of 9th and 10th November. This medical facility is the first of its kind in mid Essex – where multiple GP practices will be providing primary care services within one medical centre.

The new facility will provide premises that are fit for the 21st century and gives a great opportunity for integrated health provision for the town.


The practices and other parts of the local NHS have worked with local transport companies, charities and other NHS services that support you to ensure the smoothest possible transition. And we are incredibly grateful to you, our local community, for your patience during the transition.

The latest version of the FAQ for the three surgeries’ registered patients will be up on their websites very soon along with details of transport arrangements to make getting to Crouch Vale Medical Centre (a name chosen from suggestions submitted by local residents) as smooth as possible.

The reception desk on the ground floor of Crouch Vale Medical Centre will be residents’ gateway to most of the services available in the new building. Medical services ranging from GPs and practice nurses to the blood testing service from Mid Essex Hospital Trust and voluntary groups based on the first floor will all be offered from this new medical facility. The telephone numbers of the practices remain unchanged.

The practices are also sharing a newsletter with their patients covering more details of the move: 

pdf SWF Newsletter October 2019 (487 KB)

which is available from their websites: 

The postal address for the facilitiy is:

Crouch Vale Medical Centre
Burnham Road
South Woodham Ferrers