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Posted on 20th February 2012 in News

A new path for service delivery The train trip from London’s St. Pancras station to Leicester takes about an hour, a pleasant ride through green rolling countryside past towns with marvellously British names like Wigston, Wellingborough and ...

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Posted on 4th July 2011 in News

NHS doctors and nurses have set up a company to provide health care to homeless people in the city. Staff at the Dawn Centre, in Conduit Street, Leicester, have launched the not-for-profit company to run the homelessness centre's GP surgery. The ...

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Posted on 4th July 2011 in News

Doctors and nurses who set up a not-for-profit company to provide healthcare for the homeless have been described as "inspirational." The praise came from Minister for the Cabinet Office Francis Maude during a visit to the Dawn Centre, in Conduit ...

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Posted on 4th July 2011 in News

Anton Miller won't be staying at the Dawn Centre long. "It's temporary," he says; a port in a storm, a handy solution to an unforeseen problem. At least, that's the plan he presents to the Mercury. Anton has qualifications he can use and ambitions ...

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