Analysis: Pointing the way to change in primary care

Homeless man in street with dog

As government and NHS leaders step up pressure for radical change in general practice, existing extended services – such as Leeds’ York Street practice for homeless people and asylum seekers – may point the way to new approaches and models for primary care.

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