CROSLAND Moor doctors' surgery has moved to a new home - again!
The doctors and health staff have moved for the second time since their original premises were destroyed by fire.
Crosland Moor Health Centre's two GPs, Dr Michael Taylor and Dr Vivian Martin, and their staff have now moved into a new building in the grounds of St Luke's Hospital.
The temporary surgery is set to be the practice's home for at least 18 months until a permanent home is found.
The doctors had been using office space at St Luke's Hospital to treat their 4,600 patients since the fire at Crosland Moor Health Centre at Park Road West last October.
The fire started when a trolley full of cardboard was set alight behind the adjoining Co-op store.
The new 8m by 20m temporary surgery has two doctors' consulting rooms, two nurses' offices, a reception, administrative room and waiting area.
Practice manager Sam Turner said it was more suitable than the St Luke's office space.
She said: "It is nice and clean looking, it is lovely. We have got patient car parking and are working on putting in more phone lines.
"Everything is running smoothly, we've had no complaints yet."