Why i love being a Norfolk GP

Forte, Vincent
November 2004
Pulse;11/8/2004, Vol. 64 Issue 44, p76
Enumerates the reasons given by general practitioners as to why they love to practice in Norfolk, England. Opportunity to work in a speedboat; Comprehensibility of the local dialect; View of spectacular sunsets.


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