GP practice

GP practice

An organisation of one or more GPs (general practitioners) who provide general medical services to a particular group (“list”) of patients.
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Dr Hendrik Beerstecher, who runs a GP practice for approximately 1,000 patients in Sittingbourne, Kent, and who undertook the study alongside researcher Claire Morgan, said: "I can't see the rationale behind creating very large practices.
Birmingham South and Central, Dudley, Solihull and Wolverhampton NHS areas saw one GP practice merged or closed each.
Residents can book these additional appointments by calling their GP practice or NHS 111, when their own practice is closed.
ASK your GP practice about the best ways to cancel unwanted appointments and make sure they have your up-to-date contact details.
It comes after a GP practice last week became the third in Wrexham within a year to announce it was handing back its NHS contract to health chiefs.
TENS of thousands of people across England could be left without a local GP practice, doctors' leaders have warned.
Grainger GP Practice, at Elswick Health Centre in Newcastle, was controversially taken over by Care UK in September 2012, with the company committed to running the service until the end of August 2017.
Patients who do not want their information to be shared need to contact their GP practice within a month.
What does a career as a GP practice manager involve?
Many people don't realise that for the most part their local GP practice isn't part of the NHS but a privately-owned business contracted via a PCT to deliver local healthcare services.
How to Manage Your GP Practice is written for GPs and other health professionals running their own practices.
Docman 10 manages the transfer of care process between clinicians and healthcare organisations and the announcement was made to around 700 delegates at the Conferences coinciding with the first GP Practice site going live with the software.