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New Surgery

Light BulbI saw a patient this morning who hadn’t been in the practice for a year and hardly recognised the surgery.

I was a little surprised but then I realised over the last year we have redecorated the surgery so everything looks fresher, the outdated curtains have all been removed, there are new video screens in reception replacing the old worn out posters, there are new vibrant looking chairs.

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Bureaucratic Bulbs

How many doctors does it take to change a light bulb?

This seemingly simple question has some pretty complex answers because it depends on what sort of doctor we’re talking about. My colleagues in secondary care would have enormous problems changing a light bulb, I suspect the task may be impossible …

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