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Plea for action over podiatry service

Discussion in 'United Kingdom' started by NewsBot, Feb 10, 2012.

  1. NewsBot

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    The Telegraph and Argus are reporting:
    Plea for action over podiatry service
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  2. DAVOhorn

    DAVOhorn Well-Known Member

    If the changes go ahead for the new version of GP commissioning this may become a more common situation.

    A GP will decide against some of or all of our activities as he/she will feel they have more important things to pay for.

    Look at all the services that a GP does not provide and consider how those services are provided outside of a GP practice.

    eg Dentistry, Optometry, hearing aids,

    So how will the allied health professions fit into the new world if GP's do not wish to fund provide it.

    David
     
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