A BOLTON doctor’s surgery has opened its doors to help vulnerable people as part of a pioneering new project.

The Waters Meeting Health Centre is one of more than 10 GP practices in Greater Manchester that has signed up to the ‘homeless friendly’ scheme.

People living on the streets will be given treatment at GP surgeries taking part in the project to improve access to healthcare.

BARDOC, which runs the town’s out-of-hours practice, has teamed up with social enterprise Beacon GP Care to roll the scheme out across the region.

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Waters Meeting Health Centre in Bolton is part of new homeless friendly scheme launched in Greater Manchester

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