To help local healthcare facilities meet new equal access legislation, six companies have joined to form Build for Health, a complete design specification service for doorsets About 90 per cent of patient contact with the NHS is through general practice. But in many of the country's most deprived urban areas a disproportionately high number of primary healthcare premises are substandard. Typically, they 'fail to meet patient expectations' in terms of quality and accessibility. The NHS ...
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