Plan A below shows a health centre in 2005. Plan B shows the same place in the present day.

The maps illustrate how a health centre has been changed since 2005. Overall. It can be witnessed that the building has experienced a noticeable infrastructural modernization. There has been added an extra room to the building and the main hole was expanded . In 2005, there was a car parking for 12 spaces, which has been expanded to 30 spaces.The main entrance was in front of the car parking in 2005,but
it has been placed to the left side of the building. In the central hall, text to the entrance ,a reception desk was located. At the present there has been added children’s play area,
it is located just near the entry. CR1 and CR2 rooms were located on the eastern side of the building,
, not they have been replaced by CR3 and CR4 and moved to the bottom of the health centre.
, there was an office adjacent to the CR3, which has been reduced in size. Another significant change is represented by the minor operation room which has been added to the physiotherapy room at the right-top of the plan.
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