BC walk-in clinics warned

Jones, Deborah
December 2006
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;12/5/2006, Vol. 175 Issue 12, p1512
Academic Journal
The article reports on a warning given by the British Columbian College of Physicians and Surgeons to its members in 2006, advising that doctors at walk-in clinics must be able to deliver the same quality of patient care as in other settings. Guidelines with regard to patient record-keeping at clinics were also issued by the college. The use by patients of walk-in clinics near their workplace was mentioned by British Columbia Medical Association president Margaret MacDiarmid.


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