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New approach to healthcare launched

By Jo Sampson 15th February 2017

New approach to healthcare launched
NEW PLANS: Launched by St Austell Healthcare

A NEW scheme to improve health and wellbeing in the community was launched by Cornwall’s largest GP practice last week. Social Prescribing, launched by St Austell Healthcare, enables healthcare professionals, such as GPs and nurses, to refer patients to a range of appropriate, local and non-clinical support in the community...

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