Letters

Integrating pharmacy into the primary care team

BMJ 1995; 311 doi: https://doi.org/10.1136/bmj.311.7007.753 (Published 16 September 1995) Cite this as: BMJ 1995;311:753
  1. G Crowe,
  2. C J Harris,
  3. G E Forster,
  4. B T Goh
  1. Senior registrar senior pharmacist Consultant in genitourinary medicine Consultant physician Infection and Immunity Clinical Group, Ambrose King Centre, Royal London Hospital, London E1 1BB

    “One stop clinic” has advantages for patients

    EDITOR,--We agree with Steven Ford and Kevin Jones that the policy of integrating pharmacy into the primary care team has much to recommend it.1 Genitourinary medicine clinics have pioneered the concept of “one stop care,” with on site medical, nursing, laboratory, pharmacy, counselling, psychology, and social work facilities. With the ever increasing numbers of patients with HIV infection attending, these in house services have …

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