Patient removals. Sitting pretty.


A survey of GPs in Newcastle and North Tyneside found most respondents removed fewer than three patients a year from their lists. Most practices did not have a policy on removals. More than three-quarters of removals were for violence, rudeness or anti-social behaviour. The survey suggests that practices should keep a record of violent incidents and that a… (More)


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