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after 20 years

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by tonywatson12, Jan 9, 2011.

  1. tonywatson12

    tonywatson12 Active Member


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    Hi all

    Well 2011 finds me out of work after 20 years in the nhs.
    Had hand surgery that took me out of my last band 7 diabetic post for 14 mts.
    left sep 2010 after loads of crap stuff.
    But hey f---- it have started a dom practice in Newcastle UK. Doing routine nail and corns in residential homes and have re discovered the love for generalist podiatry that is still so important to me.
    so I will forget TNP and advanced debridement for a while!

    Have been an avid reader of podiatry arena and would welcome any advice on building and generating patients in private dom practice, anyone need a hand!!!
    01207 544882 Thanks Tony
     
  2. cwiebelt

    cwiebelt Active Member

    Hi,
    someone of your experience and ability will not have a problem with buliding up a practice.
    Exerience still counts, well at least I think so?

    Its just that you have to let people know that you are available.
    figure out your referral base GP'S, Allied health professsionals, etc and prehaps send a letter to the parctices in your area with a brief summary of your experience, areas of intrest and how to contact you? if there are any questions?

    prehaps give a brief presentation if asked ?
    etc

    REGARDS

    Chris
     
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