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Turnaround Your Practice

You may be perfectly formed as a GP Medical Partnership but what if you are not. Income is draining away on Locums as Partners and former Partners fall out.

No one owns the Premises so no one is interested in staying with and developing the Practice. But is there some light at the end of the tunnel. Do the Partners want to run a successful Practice. If you do ask for help. Carry out a thorough examination of your Practice. Are there too many staff and too many doctors? Are there enough sessions to meet the demand from your patients. Are you trying different ways of providing treatment and care?

I might be able to help you as a Consultant?

Robert Campbell

March 2020

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Robert Campbell

By Robert Campbell<br><img src="http://gpsurgerymanager.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/IMG_0033-150x150.jpg" alt="Robert Campbell" class="avatar" width='50' height='50'/>

Started work writing medical cards in 1966 at Staffordshire Executive Council. Have worked at Inner London Executive Council, Hertfordshire Executive Council, Lambeth Southwark and Lewisham FPC, Birmingham FPC, Dudley FPC and Wakefield FPC and Family Health Services Authority. I was seconded to the NHS Appeals Unit and have worked as a full time GP practice manager since 1992 until 2010. I was also an AMSPAR trainer at Park Lane College, Leeds. Now I work as a freelance author.