Speaking to GPonline Dr Jordan said she wanted the public to see the importance of small, rural general practice. ‘We know our patients, from cradle to grave, and we can really individualise treatment.
'And if you get really big, federated practices trying to cover ludicrous hours of work, you'll lose that personalised relationship which is very reassuring for the patient and really cost effective.
'We manage risk all the time and if we know our patients we don't admit or refer half as often as you would if you didn't know someone - so, it's a plea to keep the model.’
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