Care provision in general practice has changed significantly due to the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic and appointments are being managed differently to help protect patients and staff from the risk of infection.
Increased capacity for remote consultation has been swiftly introduced and ways for patients to book appointments now precludes patients booking in person.
Practices should remain as accessible as possible for their patients, who still want appointments at times that are convenient to them.
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