The oldest health centre in the Scottish Borders has officially re-opened, after receiving nearly two million pounds worth of investment.
Jedburgh's Health Centre now provides extra services to the local community as Rachel Sweeney reports:
Jedburgh health centre has officially opened following a redesign.
The centre has undergone a £1.6 million refurbishment, including new dentist surgeries and a new podiatry clinic.
The upgrade comes after it was found that the centre, which has been open since 1970, was no longer fit for purpose.
A refurbished health centre is officially opening its doors in the Scottish Borders after substantial redevelopment.
Jedburgh health centre now boasts improved facilities and an increased range of services, providing a higher level of care to residents in the Borders town.