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Return of treatment room to Bridge of Weir considered 'step in the right direction'

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The return of a treatment room to Bridge of Weir – now based in a converted bus – is expected to take place this week in a move dubbed a "step in the right direction".

The mobile clinic is set to go live within the grounds of the Cargill Hall from Thursday and will be available for two half-days per week.

The facility will offer care services, such as dressings, wound management and specific injections, after the recent removal of a treatment room from Strathgryffe Medical Practice.Councillor James MacLaren, Conservative representative for Bishopton, Bridge of Weir and Langbank, said: "Patients were faced with travelling to Linwood instead but Bridge of Weir doesn't have a good transport network and there are people who find it difficult to stand for too long at a bus stop.

Using public transport for them isn't always easy and a lot of them would have to use a taxi to get to Linwood and back."A mobile unit could be a good answer to this.

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