A little while ago I thought I gave this excellent organisation a plug. I’ve just read through my article again and I suppose I mentioned them but only to the extent that their logo is pretty brilliant. I ranted on at my usual length about the appallingly awful strap lines for most health organisations. Lots… Read More »
We have offered in-house Ultrasound for our patients for many years. We have been able to do this because Dr Smith has the skills to interpret the fuzzy black and white images that are created by sound bouncing around your innards and we have had funds to buy and maintain the scanner. As I’ve mentioned… Read More »
I confess that over the last few months (or possibly even years) this newsletter has been heavy on opinion (or at the very least ranting) and light on good old fashioned medical advice. This is in part because if I don’t have my monthly rant I will simply explode and in part because I’m not… Read More »
When I started writing the Denmark Doctor many years ago I was a little anxious about what to write about. I knew that just discussing medical issues could become boring and patronising. If I’d have kept to that formula then my inspiration would have run dry after a month or so. We’re now past 200… Read More »
We had a request for details about how people organise routine health checks. I have a very balanced view about health checks – in their place they’re very useful but they can also cause problems if overused.
After last months appeal for life changing health apps you might want to ‘check out’ Withings health app.
I’m sure you are all aware that Dr Kennedy is retiring at the end of this month. He has been a GP for 30 years. During that time apart from being an excellent caring doctor whose patients had the best access to their GP in the UK, he has played a prominent role in forming… Read More »