9 October 2019
The First Minister Nicola Sturgeon visited Inverurie to see how Scottish Government investment is transforming healthcare and education facilities in Aberdeenshire. She met Yolanda and Jonny Smith and their baby son Cruz at the opening of a £14.7 million health facility. She also met pupils from Inverurie Academy and St Andrews School as she viewed construction progress at the £55 million Inverurie Community Campus.
The First Minister said:
This new health facility in Inverurie is an excellent example of integrated health and social care, providing people with services located in a single setting, at the heart of the community. It is exactly in line with our vision of improving primary care by allowing GPs to focus their skills where they add most value and allowing patients to be seen at the right time by the right person.
The new £55 million Inverurie Community Campus will be a massive boost for the town giving young people state of the art world class facilities in which to learn. These facilities are two of many new infrastructure projects planned as part of our significant investment in the north east.”
First Minister @NicolaSturgeon officially opened the £14.7 million Inverurie Health and Care Hub today.
— Scottish Government (@scotgov) October 7, 2019
Some more pictures of Morgan and Jack from St Andrews School and Annalie and Mohamad from @InverurieAcad showing the First Minister how the new Inverurie Community Campus development is coming on earlier today. @RobertsonGroup @hubNorthScot pic.twitter.com/vnFWCJBrc2
— AberdeenshireCouncil (@Aberdeenshire) October 7, 2019