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Practice in GP crisis town launches formal objection to 'unmanageable' new housing

Monday 8th July 2019

A GP practice in Wrexham has declared it can no longer cope with the demand created by new housing developments.
Alyn Family Doctors is already consulting on a proposal to close one of its practices, Gresford Health Centre, because it 'cannot safely staff' the branch following an 'unmanageable' increase in demand.
It plans to relocate patients to its others branches in the villages of Rossett and Llay.

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