WWGP

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WWGPWise Women Gathering Place
WWGPWest Wirral Group Practice (medical practice; UK)
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A letter from West Wirral Group Practice, to residents in Irby, has claimed that its long-term future is at stake if the health development at the for mer Warrens Nursery, in Thingwall, is not given the go-ahead.
West Wirral Group practice would not comment and referred calls to NHS Wirral .
The West Wirral Group Practice is based at three sites but each has problems with access, facilities and space and they want to bring them all together under one roof.
Dr Johnson said they had continued to attract patients and staff to the West Wirral Group Practice (WWGP) on the basis that there would "soon" be a new surgery which can offer all the facilities patients and staff now expect.
AS PATIENTS, we fully agree with the West Wirral Group Practice and Wirral PCT appealing against the council's decision to refuse planning permission for the practice to use some of the Warrens Nursery site.
SO WEST Wirral Group Practice refused to give up their dream fantasy of a super surgery at The Warrens.
These people are making themselves extremely unpopular, and I very much doubt that West Wirral Group Practice can survive for much longer, whatever the result of the public inquiry, and I for one won't miss them!
Last night, campaigners, who have formed a Friends of Arrowe Park support group to fight plans, said they will stop at nothing to ensure the Irby Surgery, the West Wirral group practice and Thingwall surgery remain open, even if it means chaining themselves to bulldozers to stop the park being destroyed.
The new health facility would serve the West Wirral Community in particular, the patients of the West Wirral Group Practice.
In Thingwall the PCT says it wants to consolidate the three existing GP surgeries in Heswall, Irby and Thingwall, which form the West Wirral group practice, into a modern, one stop primary care centre which will not only centralize and expand the services but will also be far more accessible, particularly, for disabled access.
Similar concerns have been raised in Moreton, and in the West Wirral group practice area, covering Heswall, Irby and Thingwall.
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