Primary Care centers to provide out patient treatment

by Medindia Content Team on  January 29, 2006 at 1:43 PM Corporate News
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Primary Care centers to provide out patient treatment
The Health Secretary of Britain is planning to introduce a Pilot scheme called 'Primary Care Centers' which is aimed at reducing long hours of waiting to avail health care facilities in big hospitals.

The new facility will allow the patients to see their physician in outpatient facility for general consultancy, general surgery, ENT, dermatology, gynecology and urology facilities without waiting for their appointment in big hospitals which does not require long waiting hours and journey in large hospitals as it does not require a consultant appointment to get treatment.

This new Primary care centers will provide treatment to five million patients waiting for consultant at large hospitals as this center would provide better treatment for health at an affordable price with high quality treatment.


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