primary care services

primary care services

The sector of the NHS in which GPs, community nurses and other healthcare professionals provide a first point of contact for patients—e.g., at GP practices, Darzi centres and Walk-in Centres.
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Nhs st helens ccg is looking for a provider of primary care services as part of nhs englands initiative.
Campaigners want new regulations to guarantee Welsh language rights for people using primary care services such as GPs and pharmacists.
Our approach calls for commissioners to deliver more activity in primary care through the use of extended primary care services.
Named the Alaska Regional Community Health Clinic, it provides easily accessible primary care services for people who live and work in the area.
We are confident that all these initiatives will go a long way to further enable PHCC to effectively and efficiently deliver primary care services to everyone across the country.
Fast Pace was founded in 2009 and is the largest independent provider of urgent care and primary care services in Tennessee.
The University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences has opened a new UAMS Neighborhood Clinic at Capitol Mall in Little Rock, offering both scheduled and walk-in primary care services.
When social health insurance (SHI) was introduced in 1927, benefits were focused on primary care services delivered by physicians in clinics, and not on hospital services.
Dr Strange will assume a role important to the development of a primary care network in Northwell's southwestern region, incorporating Staten Island, Brooklyn and New Jersey while working with Thomas McGinn, MD, Northwell's chair of medicine, in managing primary care services system-wide and creating new clinical programmes.
The investment is part of the Welsh Government's PS40m primary care fund aimed at reforming primary care services to ensure the majority of NHS care is planned and provided in the community, closer to people's homes.
Patients will rightly want to know what action NHS bosses will now take to ensure patients can continue to access local primary care services.
The organisation is concerned insurance companies which are primarily driven by profit could also force changes to the way GP practices are run if the firms are involved in primary care services.

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