Consultants stand in to cover GP

August 2006
Pulse;8/3/2006, Vol. 66 Issue 30, p4
This article presents information about Clare House surgery in Tiverton, Devon, England. The five general practitioners at the practice provide orthopedics, anesthesia, cardiology, echocardiography and endoscopy services at the local district hospital for patients throughout mid-Devon. Dr. Mike Seymour, another member of the practice, works as a consultant surgeon and also runs a fracture clinic.


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