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Connect staff team work improvements 2018

As part of our commitment to providing our community with improved services, we are investing in our facilities. 

From May until August 2018, we will be upgrading Connect Health & Community’s facilities at 2A Gardeners Road, Bentleigh East.

We have kicked off the work so you will notice some temporary fencing near our main entrance. This is part of keeping the site safe during the project to upgrade dental services. For all Connect Health & Community's other services, it's business as usual.

While the renovation work takes place at our Gardeners Road site, there will be a temporary reduction in our dental services and the availability of onsite parking.

Please consider allowing more time to find a car park or alternative transport. We'll keep you updated on this improvement project in our news section, or follow us on Facebook.

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