Reforming emergency care: what GPS really want
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Reforming emergency care: what GPS really want

Liz Lees Consultant nurse in acute medicine, Birmingham Heartlands and Solihull NHS Teaching Trust
Lois Houlders Sister in the emergency assessment area, Birmingham Heartlands Hospital

LIZ LEES and LOIS HOULDERS discuss ways of improving access, information and alternatives to secondary care

The Birmingham Heartlands and Solihull NHS Teaching Trust implemented a nurse led GP referral service at the Birmingham Heartlands Hospital emergency assessment area (EAA) in February 2002 (Lees 2003, Lees and Dyer 2002).

Emergency Nurse. 11, 9, 22-26. doi: 10.7748/en2004.02.11.9.22.c1144

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