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Polyclinics Could Threaten NHS Services, Warns BMA

...e closer to patients homes may sound appealing but polyclinics have the potential to destabilise and fragment existing hospital and GP services. The review points out that many GP practices do not have the facilities to take on extra work, such as diagnostics and some hospital outpatient services, so surely i...

Cuba is Exporting Healthcare Now

...es beyond the capacity of the neighborhood doctor, polyclinics provide specialists, outpatient operations, physical therapy, rehabilitation, and labs. Those who need inpatient treatment can go to hospitals; at the end of their stay, their neighborhood medical team helps make the transition home. Doctors at all l...

Smoky Haze Cause Health Problems in Singapore

...ministry reported the number of people who visited polyclinics because of haze-related conditions was up by 600 during the first week of this month, compared to the same period last month. 'Cut back on outdoor activities and install air filters at home,' environment officials are repeatedly advising. Manager...

Apollo to Open Super-specialty Hospital in Oman by Year-end

...fill the gap between super-specialty hospitals and polyclinics in the Gulf nation. Said AMC CEO Sandeep Kumar: 'The AMC came up because of this gap. We don't have any hospital here taking care of the multi-specialty hospital segment. We came and filled the gap.' According to the report, AMC, being set up at ...

Singapore’s Healthcare To Outsource To Indian Firm For Faster X-Ray Result

...r the reading of X-rays from two or three more NHG polyclinics and eventually from all of them. The biggest beneficiaries are the patients, who can now get their X-ray results the same day. At other polyclinics, they need to wait two weeks. "This move saves the patient a trip, a second consultation fee and a...

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