On Friday 17 February, a preview of a new state-of-the-art addiction treatment clinic in Perry Hill, Worplesdon, Surrey took place. The event was attended by local neighbours and dignitaries including Reverend Alex Russell, Guildford Mayor Gordon Jackson and Councillor Bob McShee.
The private healthcare facility, owned by UK Addiction Treatment (UKAT) will help people suffering from a range of addictions and disorders thanks to exceptionally high standards of treatment.
Primrose Lodge, formerly Primrose House, has been completely modernised and renovated with 19 ensuite bedrooms and a well-equipped gym at its semi-rural Surrey location.
Set in quiet gardens, the new clinic features purpose-built counselling rooms, group areas and treatment rooms. Patients will be supported around the clock by a dedicated team of experts to maintain the excellent levels of care.