In brief: NHS walk-in centres

A Which? survey has found that many NHS walk-in centres are failing to provide an adequate service for patients with minor illness. In its survey covering eight centres, the magazine found that staff did not properly assess patients, leading to 'potentially dangerous' and 'shockingly superficial' treatment in some cases.

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