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Bobs Fancy Pen

Bobs Fancy Pen

I thought I would tell you the sad tale of Bob’s Fancy Pen. This was the gift awarded to me on the day I retired. It’s a Shaeffer Pen engraved ‘Bob’s Fancy Pen’. Dr X almost forgot to give it to me. I remember thinking – well I suppose they paid for the night out the previous night when I… Read more →

The Year of the Pandemic 2020

What a year! We had booked three holidays by February 2020 – all cancelled. I had a short lived remote experience of working with a medical practice that is now in October 2020 – is the thick of it again. Like all surgeries, there has been a dramatic change in the way patient services are provided. Face to Face Consultations… Read more →

Coronavirus – What Do You Need to Know

Coronavirus – What Do You Need to Know General Advice The latest Government advice is to be found on this web site – https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/ Worldwide Status Information about the status of the virus worldwide can be found on this web site – https://www.who.int/emergencies/diseases/novel-coronavirus-2019 United Kingdom Status Information on the current spread in the United Kingdom, which is updated daily can… Read more →

Practice Viability Score

Is your Practice still viable? Are you getting approaches from other Practice to join forces? Are you experiencing problems engaging new doctors and replacing retirees? You may have a whole series of problems. Here is a scoring system that may help you decide your next step. Are you going to survive. What do you need to put right? This scoring… Read more →

Coronavirus March 2020

Coronavirus – Preventative Steps The most obvious and prominent advice being given from all quarters currently is to constantly and thoroughly wash your hands and encourage mask wearing for all face to face contacts as well as keeping your distance. There may be some preventative measures that you have not considered. Take a look at this list. a) Is there… Read more →

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