NHS commuter centres launched

The first NHS commuter walk-in centres were launched in London and Manchester by health secretary Patricia Hewitt this week. The two centres, near London's Liverpool Street Station and Manchester Piccadilly Station, are the first of seven to open in the coming months at a total cost of £50 million. Ms Hewitt promised the centres will offer patients the chance to visit a doctor or nurse on the way to work.


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