The advent of PHOs (Primary Health Organisations) has changed the face of General Practice, but it's emphasis on "populations" and the imposition of management into the Doctor-Patient relationship has been unacceptable to this practice, and many others who simply left. We elected to remained an Independent Private service and have (just) survived. Patients can expect care directed to their particular health needs with advice and management based on what the evidence shows is best for them, although not necessarily the cheapest nor the most politically correct. However they must expect to pay for this service themselves.
Our General Practice deals with virtually every branch of Medicine: surgery, ENT, obstetrics
(although I have stopped providing LMC services from 1/11/18), gynaecology, internal
medicine, pharmacology, geriatrics, dermatology, psychiatry, paediatrics, neurology and
emergency medicine (although emergencies are generally best to go to ED).
Major Change from 1/11/18
The statin debate evidence
Mental Health Submission
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