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Caroline Sloan, children's physiotherapist, with service user at Quedgeley ClinicQuedgeley Clinic has undergone a full refurbishment as part of an investment in children’s healthcare services by Gloucestershire Care Services NHS Trust.

The refurbishment programme saw the old, outdated building upgraded allowing easier access and better facilities for patients and staff. The 1960s-built clinic was completely remodelled and refurbished to modern clinical standards, to provide Gloucester locality with a fresh and contemporary community children’s health clinic.
 
The services provided by the clinic, children’s occupational therapy, physiotherapy, speech and language therapy and health visiting now have six child-friendly treatment rooms, doubling the previous clinic capacity

An open afternoon was held on Wednesday 3 April which was well attended by both colleagues, parents, children and young people.

Photo: Caroline Sloan, children's physiotherapist, with a young service user at Quedgeley Clinic