Two-thirds of GPs refuse to register homeless patients

Homeless man in street

Two-thirds of GP practices from a sample of 100 in London declined to register a patient without an address, contrary to national rules which are meant to ensure homeless and excluded people can get healthcare, HSJ has found.

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