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GP co-operatives and primary care emergency centres

Lesley Hallam

GP co-operatives and primary care emergency centres

organisation and impact

by Lesley Hallam

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Published by NPCRDC in Manchester .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Physicians (General practice) -- England.,
  • Emergency medical services -- England.,
  • Medical cooperation -- England.

  • Edition Notes

    Supported by the NHS R&D Health Technology Assessment Programme.

    StatementLesley Hallam, Kirsty Henthorne.
    SeriesProject report / National Primary Care Research and Development Centre -- 8, Project report (National Primary Care Research and Development Centre) -- 8.
    ContributionsHenthorne, Kirsty., National Primary Care Research and Development Centre., Health Technology Assessment Programme.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination39 p. ;
    Number of Pages39
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18111276M
    ISBN 101901805069
    OCLC/WorldCa41389466

    Second national survey of GP co-operatives: a report. London, Engl: Out of hours project, Department of General Practice and Primary Care, King’s College School of Medicine and Dentistry; Hallam L, Henthorne K. Co-operatives and their primary care emergency centres: organisation and impact. Combined report on seven case studies. While motives for emergency department (ED) self-referrals have been investigated in a number of studies, the relevance of general practitioner (GP) care for these patients has not been comprehensively evaluated. Respiratory symptoms constitute an important utilization trigger in both EDs and in primary care. In this qualitative study, we aimed to explore the role of GP care for patients.

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The delivery of healthcare in the community through the creation of a network of primary care centres is increasingly dominated by the private sector, according to a study. Number of patient contacts in primary and emergency care services before and after the establishment of the GP cooperatives: Level III Out of hours, a % shift from patients utilising emergency care to primary care (p GP contacts and a 9% decrease in ED contacts: van Uden et al.

(Netherlands)Cited by: 8. GP co-operatives and primary care emergency centres Organisation and impact. By L. Hallam, K. Henthorne and Manchester Univ. (United Kingdom). National Primary Care Research and Development Centre.

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Introduction. Australian acute care health services are facing a significant burden. Specifically, emergency departments (ED) have experienced change in patient volume, demographics, complexity, ambulance transports, referral patterns and patient expectations.

1 There is also a growing trend for patient's to bypass their general practitioner (GP) and as a workforce they are reducing Cited by:   Chantal Simon, editor GP, The Orchard Surgery, Christchurch and MRC Health Service Research Fellow, Department of Primary Medical Care, Southampton University Medical School Karen O'Reilly, editor GP, Hampshire Robin Proctor, editor GP, Surrey.

GP co-operatives used to be a success story of the co-operative movement. In the mids, changes in NHS funding for out-of-hours services. Primary care OR general practice OR GP (these to be nested within GP co-operatives and primary care emergency centres book such as GP co-operative) GP co-operatives and out-of-hours services Hollinghurst S, Montgomery A, et al.

The impact of co-located NHS walk-in centres on emergency departments. Emerg Med J. ; 24 (4)– [PMC free article]. The role of general practice in the provision of healthcare to children and young adults Maternity care in general practice Non-GP initiated testing Access to COVID prevention, screening and treatment - people with intellectual and developmental Health systems and environmental.

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Introduction. Nurse telephone triage has been shown to be safe and cost effective resulting in a reduced overall workload of GPs without an increase in adverse events for patients Sincethe majority of out-of-hours general practice (GP) care in Ireland is provided through GP co-operatives type of out-of-hours urgent primary care service mirrors similar arrangements for the.

GP Urgent Care Clinic Network. Book an appointment (external site). The month GP Urgent Care Clinic Network pilot model, delivered in partnership with the WA Primary Health Alliance, will commence on 10 September and will enhance capacity within community-based GPs to care for patients with urgent but non-life-threatening medical.

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Try AbeBooks. GP Co-operatives and Primary Care Emergency Centres. Lesley Hallam. 01 Aug Paperback. unavailable. The GP Co-operatives prior to Woodside Health Centre in Glasgow established a successful deputising service before “ twenty general practitioners group together to provide a highly organised system of out-of-hours health care.

The reported rate of primary care presentations to emergency departments varies considerably across the country (the literature suggests between 10 and 30%). In general, urban centres will have a higher demand for a primary care service than rural centres. Local intelligence and concrete evidence should be used to calculate demand.

The. Objectives To describe how processes of primary care access influence decisions to seek help at the emergency department (ED). Design Ethnographic case study combining non-participant observation, informal and formal interviewing.

Setting Six general practitioner (GP) practices located in three commissioning organisations in England. Participants and methods Reception areas at each practice. primary care and emergency departments 7 The vast majority of primary care services use GPs, (some use nurses with primary care training) usually sessional GPs paid for each shift that they undertake with little or no long‐term commitment.

Services that regularly use the. It backed up its aspirations with investment in primary care via the Quality and Outcomes Framework (QoF) established as part of the new GP contract in Castlefields Health Centre is a notable example of a practice which provides structured care for the majority of its patients with chronic disease via primary care clinics.

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If you need urgent dental treatment, contact your usual dental practice. They may be able to see you or direct you to an urgent dental care service. If you do not have a regular dentist, contact NHS for advice on where you can get urgent care.

The cost of emergency dental treatment is currently £. Primary care clinicians are performing more varied procedures than ever before, and physicians, residents, and students need a comprehensive, authoritative resource that provides trusted information in an easy-to-follow h three outstanding editions, Pfenninger and Fowler’s Procedures for Primary Care has been the go-to reference for step-by-step strategies for nearly every Reviews: Primary health care relates to the professional health care received in the community, usually from a GP or practice nurse.

This section provides information on primary care .centres. Emergency care is not the main focus, although it is recognised that the division to primary care.6 These included telephone consultations, walk-in centres and NHS Direct. These authors also found the evidence insufficient to make clear recommendations and GP co-operatives .