May 25, 2024
Lloyd Price

Exec Summary:

NHS polyclinics are large healthcare facilities that provide a range of services, including general medical care, specialist care, diagnostic testing, treatment and rehabilitation, preventive care, education and counseling. They are often located in community settings, making them easy to get to. They also offer extended hours, making it easier for patients to see a doctor when they need to.

NHS polyclinics were first introduced in England in 2008 as part of a wider reform of the NHS. The aim was to provide patients with a more convenient and affordable way to access a range of healthcare services.

NHS polyclinics have been met with mixed reactions. Some people have welcomed them as a way to improve access to healthcare,...

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