Maple Healthcare agree meeting to alleviate patients concerns

STAFF AT Maple Healthcare in Lisnaskea have agreed to meet local councillors to determine if any “positive changes” can be made in relation to patients’ concerns over not being able to arrange an appointment with their GP.

A statement issued to the Herald said the practice, representatives from the Health and Social Care Board and British Medical Association would meet with local councillors.

“We are sorry that anyone has difficulty accessing primary care services and wish to acknowledge the hard work and professionalism displayed by our staff.


“NHS services are under exceptional stress at present as everyone is aware. We continue to review and improve our services taking into account feedback from patients and available resources. We strive to maintain and optimise primary care services for our patients.”

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