Work on a five-storey health centre promising a wide range of services is to begin early next year, but not everyone is happy with the plans.
The development proposed for Taywood Road in the Grand Union Village will house 12 GPs plus dentists, physiotherapists, mental health services and district nurses among other medical support.
Most of the GPs will come from surrounding practices, although Ealing Primary Care Trust (PCT) could not confirm which ones.
But the PCT's plans to rehouse clinics has already riled residents.
Tangmere Gardens Clinic in Northolt is earmarked to move in, sparking fears in the north west of the borough that the elderly and those with children will be forced to catch two buses to get to medical aid that had been on their doorstep.
Doris Edwards, 82, of West End Gardens, said: "It's going to be a bind for a lot of people, especially those living at the other end of the estate as there are no buses running through it.
"It [the current clinic] is a very important place for us - people go there for blood tests, chiropody, treatment for diabetes, and all sorts of things.
"If it moves I'll have to catch a bus halfway to Greenford then wait for another bus to go to the Grand Union Village."
Rochelle Bloch, assistant director of Ealing PCT said residents' concerns would be addressed and the new health centre, planned to open in early 2010, would be a massive boost to the area.
She pointed out it would provide a state-of-the-art environment for doctors, some of whom are based in unsuitable premises.
She said: "There will a range of services which people currently have to travel quite a long way for, such as Ealing or Hillingdon Hospital. This will bring healthcare to quite an isolated community as well as improving services, and we'll be looking at how we can improve transport links.
"We're working with the local community and there has been a lot of support."
Ravenor Clinic in Oldfield Lane South is also earmarked to move into the centre, freeing up space in a central location for the Northolt, Greenford and Perivale Community Mental Health Centre, which is currently based in Manor Gate, Northolt.