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Consultation on the relocation of the Peterborough Urgent Treatment Centre and GP Out of Hours Service

This consultation is now closed 

This consultation is to gather feedback and hear the views of the public on the proposal to relocate the Peterborough Urgent Treatment Centre and GP Out of Hours Service from the City Care Centre to the Peterborough City Hospital site.

Fill in the online questionnaire and provide your feedback. Further details are below.


The Proposal

To relocate the Urgent Treatment Centre and GP Out of Hours Service from the City Care Centre in Thorpe Road to the Peterborough City Hospital site in Bretton, Peterborough. 

National guidelines state that Urgent Treatment Centres (UTC) should work together with hospital Emergency Departments (EDs) to improve services for patients and create a seamless service. 

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Moving these services will allow for a single front door to all the urgent and emergency care services at Peterborough City Hospital

You can travel to one location for all of your urgent and emergency health needs and will no longer have to work out which service is the most appropriate for you. Trained healthcare professionals will ensure you get the right care.

The full consultation document is available for download.

An online version of the consultation document is on this page.

Frequently asked questions (FAQ) regarding the consultation have been provided.

How to tell us your views

You can share your views in a number of ways:

  • Attend one of our virtual events on the dates shown: 

To join the either of the meetings select Join Microsoft Teams Meeting above to be taken to a page where you can choose to either join on the web or download the desktop app. If you already have the Teams app, the meeting will open there automatically.

If you don’t have a Teams account you have the option to enter your name to join the meeting as a guest. If you do have a Teams account, select sign in to join with access to the meeting chat and more. Then, depending on the settings, you may join the meeting right away or go to the lobby where people in the meeting can admit you.

This information is available in other languages and formats on request. To request alternative formats, please email us.

The closing date for responses is Wednesday 30 September 2020.