Deputy Mayor in the dentist's chair to launch new premises

Date published: 20 January 2020

The Deputy Mayor of Oldham Metropolitan Borough, Councillor Jenny Harrison visited Ascroft Medical Centre in Oldham town centre, to officially launch their new smart and modern premises. 

She was welcomed to the premises on Clegg Street, by the two founding directors Krzysztof Zemlik and Dr Piotr Kieruzel together with their staff, patients and business colleagues. 

Krzysztof Zemlik said “We were absolutely delighted that the Deputy Mayor of Oldham accepted our invitation to launch our new Medical Centre.

"Ascroft Medical is a fast-growing medical clinic with an ever-expanding remit and we are keen to be part of the wider community of Oldham.

The Deputy Mayor was there to hear about Ascroft Medical’s successes in their business and their plans for the future.

Ascroft Medical and their two directors were highlighted across three pages of 2019-20 Parliamentary Review and the new premises is the next step in their expansion of their services.

The Deputy Mayor added her congratulations to Ascroft Medical for their contribution to the business growth of Oldham, she also sampled their new state of the art dental chair.

Krzysztof Zemlik continued: "We are very proud to have recently been finalists in two categories in the National Dentistry Awards.

"We offer free medical information open days from time to time and we are keen to share these with as many people as possible.”

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