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Extra GP services for North West

28th June 2007

Five areas of the North West of England are to benefit from a drive to find extra GPs.

The Fairness in Primary Care Procurement programme will help around 55,000 patients in Ashton Leigh and Wigan, Bolton, East Lancashire, Manchester and Trafford get easier access to family doctors and sexual health clinics.

The programme, expected to be open to patients by Spring 2008, is expected to provide patients with more choice of GP, including flexible opening hours and extended services such as minor surgery.


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Article Information

Title: Extra GP services for North West
Author: Mark Nicholls
Article Id: 3291
Date Added: 28th Jun 2007

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