The Cube Part One – How did it come to this?
Welcome to The Cube (and thank you for coming)
This is a special blog about the process of building the new Campbell Clinic in Nottingham, which will be opening for business at the end of 2019.
On the 2ndMay 2019 at the Brewhouse Bar and Kitchen in Nottingham we will be having a special launch evening to share with our colleagues the whole process, the design and the plans we have for what, we think, will be an extraordinary facility.
If you’d like a ticket to come, please click the button at the bottom of this blog to request one. It’s a ticket only event so you’ll need to get your ticket and bring it with you.
Following on from the 2ndMay this blog will continue and chart the progress of The Campbell Clinic as it comes out of the ground and becomes a reality – it’s a build from scratch project, blue sky thinking, designed entirely from scratch.
So how did it come to this?
It’s been obvious for a long while for anyone who is aware of where The Campbell Clinic is now that we were out of space. We have achieved exceptional things in our two and a half surgery practice in a converted residential bungalow in West Bridgford, but every aspect of the infrastructure has been straining for a while as we tried to find, secure, design and build our new home.
To give you some indication of why we need a new home – there are 35 people who work within the clinic and academy structure now and everyone is based in the bungalow.
This process of securing a new home has taken years (and years off my life probably!) and in the next few weeks, every Sunday, this blog will tell another little piece of the story as we lead up to the launch night on the 2ndMay and I hope you’ll follow it here with me.
Please comment below or hit reply (it comes straight to my inbox) and give us some ideas of what you would like to see in the new practice and what services and facilities you need to make your life easier, to make your working life better and to make the care for your patients even better again.
I had to make a decision of whether to go or not to go.
I had to make a decision of whether to commit the next 40 years of my life to working in dentistry or not.
I love being a dentist and I love working in dentistry and I was never going to be ready to give that up. I don’t think I ever will be.
So this seemed like the natural progression and the thing to do.
It’s a project that’s designed for collaboration and for working with colleagues to make things better for everyone and for our patients.
I truly hope you’ll get involved and will be able to find some route or method of collaboration with The Campbell Clinic for years to come.
It’s certainly going to be an exciting journey!
At our launch night on the 2ndMay you’ll get the story – you’ll see the plans, the process and some really cool material to visualise the next practice and where we’re going.
You’ll get the location and the services we hope to provide.
Remember, it’s ticket only so if you’d like to come please click below and watch out for next week’s edition of the blog!