More than 100,000 patients in 10 weeks referred to pharmacists

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The UK’s health service introduced a pharmacist referral scheme in October to relieve pressure on GPs and emergency departments... could this work here in Australia? More than 100,000 patients have had appointments with “expert pharmacists” in the last 10 weeks as part of a new scheme to relieve pressure on GPs and emergency departments, says

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