GP surgery

GP surgery

A generic UK term for the location where a GP regularly sees patients. A particular group of patients may be managed in the GP’s surgery (office—US) by a nurse or midwife in a particular timeslot during the week; that session is called a clinic.
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HUNDREDS of North East patients will soon be able to get advice from their pharmacist - during a visit to their GP surgery.
Recruitment of pharmacists for the three-year initiative will begin immediately, giving North East patients the additional support of an expert pharmacist in their GP surgery.
Contract notice: Display of Printed Material in GP Surgery Waiting Rooms.
In part of North Wales, advance physiotherapist practitioners have become the first point of contact at the GP surgery.
A MILNSBRIDGE GP surgery has been given a clean bill of health.
NHS bosses have been accused of "serious service failures" over the closure of a vital GP surgery in Lozells.
The GP Surgery has newly opened in the heart of Wimbledon in response to patient concerns about NHS GP inaccessibility.
A WIRRAL GP surgery still using an expensive higher rate phone number has pledged to scrap it as soon it is "technically feasible".
THE head of a GP surgery has torn into David Cameron's pledge to offer patients access seven days a week.
A person should take his/ her medical card to the GP surgery in order to register with the GP of her/his choice.
NHS 24 already provides a valuable service to patients across Scotland when their GP surgery is closed and there will be no change to the high-quality service provided through this new number.
In my GP surgery it's the receptionists that think they own the place and are like little Hitlers, that is until they come across me or my old gel and they get brought down a peg or two.