Boston’s new £3 million ‘healthcare hub’ at Parkside Medical Centre was officially opened by junior health minister Dr Dan Poulter.
The centre, in Tawney Street, has been funded by Lincolnshire Co-Op which runs the pharmacy that supports the large GP surgery which will eventually serve more than 20,000 people.
Dr Poulter was joined by Boston MP Mark Simmonds at the event yesterday.
Click on the video above to hear the thoughts of Dr Poulter as he opened the surgery.
For more coverage, including the thoughts of both politicians on the surgery and healthcare in the town, see Wednesday’s Boston Standard.