The scheme was procured through the Defence Infrastructure Organisation. Credit: Tilbury Douglas

Tilbury Douglas kicks off Catterick Garrison project

In a joint development by the Ministry of Defence and the NHS, the contractor has been tasked with delivering an integrated health and care facility for the military and civilian communities of the North Yorkshire town.

BDP designed the project, which is due for completion in 2026.

Services that could be delivered from the Catterick Integrated Care Campus may include:

  • General Practice services, including out of hours
  • Other clinical services such as: sexual health, orthopaedics, heart failure and pain management
  • Imaging and other diagnostic services such as: x-ray, ultrasound, and audiology
  • Community services such as: paediatrics, adult and child mental health, physiotherapy/rehabilitation, speech and language therapy and NHS dentistry provision for adults and children with a disability or serious mental illness
  • Defence health recovery group teams: defence occupational health team, defence primary care rehabilitation service and community mental health
  • Military occupational dentistry

Tilbury Douglas was awarded the contract by the MOD’s Defence Infrastructure Organisation, via the P22 framework.

Paul Ellenor, regional director for Yorkshire and the North East at Tilbury Douglas, said: “We are pleased to be pushing forwards with this important and forward-thinking project that will provide many key health and care services to the community.

“As we are committed to social value, we will be prioritising working with our supply chain from within a 50-mile radius of Catterick, helping to support local businesses and veterans.”

Tilbury Douglas runs its Yorkshire and North East business from offices in Castleford and Stockton-on-Tees.

Wendy Balmain, the North Yorkshire director of NHS Humber and North Yorkshire Integrated Care Board, said: “I am delighted that work has now started on the Catterick Integrated Care Campus which will enable us to deliver modern and fit for the future, health and care for military personnel, their families and veterans – as well as the wider Richmondshire population.

“This project will deliver a state-of-the-art purpose-built health and care facility to bring together a broad range of services collectively under one roof and provide our Catterick communities with integrated and responsive health and care.”

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