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  Vote now to name the new health centre for Dulwich and south Southwark

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Voting is now open to name Dulwich and south Southwark’s new NHS health centre.

NHS Southwark Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) received suggestions from more than 100 members of NHS staff and local people, telling us what they think the health centre should be called.

A shortlist of six names has been drawn up by a judging panel, which included NHS staff, a local councillor and patient representatives.

Now we want local people to pick their favourite.

It’s easy to vote, just go to, read a little more about the options and follow the on-screen instructions to make your choice.

Voting closes at 12pm on Friday 30 August.

CCG Director of Finance, Malcolm Hines, said: “Local people have been central to the design and planning of the new health centre and we were delighted to receive so many suggestions for the centre’s permanent name.

“Our judging panel assessed each entry very carefully and we think the final shortlist reflects the public feedback. It includes local historical figures and names that represent the new health centre’s community and surroundings.

“We now want you to choose your favourite!”