Focus awards 2001

Voisey, L.
February 2002
British Dental Journal;2/23/2002, Vol. 192 Issue 4, p238
Academic Journal
journal article
Part I. Features Woodlands Dental Practice based in Rock Ferry, Wirral, England, recipient of the reward for best overall innovations in improving patients' experiences from first contact through to clinical treatment. Practice policy of handling emergency appointments; Staff's attendance of customer care courses.


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