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March 2009
Pulse;3/25/2009, Vol. 69 Issue 10, p19
The article presents the views of several general practitioners (GPs) on the issue of closing in-hours in Great Britain. One GP states that the issue depends on how big the practice is, like smaller ones may find it difficult to cover overheads if it stay open all the time. Another physician states that GP surgeries should be open all the time. A GP reveals that they do close during lunch hour but never close the doors, but only shut down telephone lines.


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