Catterick Integrated Care Campus (CICC)

Since 2015, the NHS and Ministry of Defence (MOD) have been working together on plans to enhance the range of health and care services for Catterick Garrison and the wider Richmondshire area.

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About the project

Since 2015, the NHS and Ministry of Defence (MOD) have been working together on plans to enhance the range of health and care services for Catterick Garrison and the wider Richmondshire area to help address:

  • capacity to support growing numbers of military personnel, dependants and families, as well as the residential population
  • limited service integration and communication
  • lack of parity in terms of service (military vs NHS)
  • mental health and children’s service provision
  • access to services
  • quality of estates
  • rurality and travel

The new facility aims to give military and Richmondshire residents access to the right care, at the right time, in the right setting, delivered by the right professionals to enhance their wellbeing and independence, and improve their overall quality of life.

Tilbury Douglas successfully secured the contract to deliver the design and construction of the new multi-million pound, Catterick Integrated Care Campus. Working with design partners, BDP, the initial concept designs for the project have been developed with planning submission granted in October 2022. Site preparation works are underway with both the NHS and MOD working towards the next phase of the approvals process (Full Business Case).


Where we are now

Construction has now started on the flagship NHS and MOD health complex in Catterick Garrison, North Yorkshire.  The joint project between the MOD and NHS will deliver transformative integrated health and care services to the military and civilian communities of Catterick, North Yorkshire, and the wider Richmondshire areas. The Catterick Integrated Care Campus is a first of its kind MOD-NHS partnership and will enable shared estate, expertise and learning to optimise the health and care services for people across the area.


News

News release 8 April 2024: Transformative health and care campus in Catterick begins to take shape

Download the CICC Newsletters:


Design

Take a closer look at the internal and external designs by BDP:


Engagement

Engagement took place in 2022 with the initial concept designs presented at local events. If you are interested in learning more about the programme please contact hnyicb.communications@nhs.net.

To view summary reports of previous public and stakeholder engagement for the CICC programme, please click the links below:


Services we are considering (subject to clinical modelling)

Subject to further clinical review, the services which may be delivered from the Catterick Integrated Care Campus could include:

  • General Practice services including Out of Hours
  • Other clinical services such as: Sexual Health, Orthopaedics, Heart Failure, Horizons Drugs and Alcohol, Pain Management, and others
  • Imaging and other diagnostic services such as: X-ray, Ultrasound, Audiology
  • Community services such as: Paediatrics, Adult and Child Mental Health, Physiotherapy/ Rehabilitation, Speech and Language Therapy, NHS dentistry provision for adults and children with a disability or serious mental illness.
  • Social Prescribing services which help people in non-medical ways that support their health and wellbeing.
  • Defence health recovery group teams: defence occupational health team, defence primary care rehabilitation service, community mental health.
  • Military occupational dentistry

All services to be confirmed after clinical modelling is complete


Project timeline

  • Build due to complete due 2026

If you would like to get more involved in the CICC programme please email hnyicb.communications@nhs.net.


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