UK: MP Damien Moore feels delighted to be part of healthcare manifesto


British Conservative Politician and Member of Parliament for Southport, United Kingdom, Damien Moore, expressed his pleasure and gratitude for being elected on a manifesto to improve the health care system and bring specific positive outcomes in her constituency. he also feels delighted over the United Government’s efforts to transform the health care system for the people.

British Conservative Politician and Member of Parliament for Southport Damien Moore took to his official social media handle on Friday, May 26, 2023, to express her gratitude and pleasure over being elected on a manifesto to work and contribute to the health care system of the United Kingdom. He shared that from the population, including children, from his weekly surgeries at Atinkson and his correspondence, his constituents will continue to make clear to him that crucial and significant healthcare is for them.


Further, Member of Parliament Damien Moore also expressed his pleasure to the Government for their kind support and efforts for the improvisation in the health care system of the United Kingdom; he feels delighted and announced that the Government has successfully delivered to recruit 26 000 additional primary care staff, including 3,617 more in the North West, to work in GP surgeries and to increase the availability of care and appointments to patients, as part of the Prime Minister’s five main priorities.

Furthermore, MEP Damien shared that he will further continue to work and putting all his best to make efficient and effective changes in the sector with his colleagues in Westminster and local stakeholders to champion high-quality local healthcare for his constituents in Southport, whether this is an increase in the amount of GP appointments available, the return of the Children’s A&E at Southport Hospital, or NHS dental treatment at local practices.

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