The Health Minister has officially opened the Carrickmacross Primary Care Centre.
Speaking at the opening, Minister Stephen Donnelly said it is "an excellent example of the provision of a range of health services from a single integrated, modern facility".
The new Primary Care Centre, which has been operational since mid-April, accommodates a range of services including GP services, dentistry, physiotherapy, speech and language therapy, social work, as well as adult mental health services.
The Centre is also used by the Monaghan Children's Disability Network Team to provide local services.
Minister Donnelly explained how beneficial the Primary Care Centre will be to the area:
Minister Donnelly was also joined by former Health Minister, Rory O'Hanlon.
Mr O'Hanlon also served as a TD for Cavan-Monaghan for over 30 years, and was a GP in Carrickmacross.
He told Northern Sound that he has no doubt the centre will benefit the community: