Clinics for patients without named GP prove good stop-gap measure

Ljubljana, 22 June - Clinics for patients without a named GP, which were introduced in January, have proved to be a good stop-gap measure to deal with the shortage of GPs. However, since patients need their own GP in the long term, systemic changes are needed, several community health centres which provide such services have told the STA.

A clinic for patients without a named GP at the Šiška Health Centre within the Ljubljana Community Health Centre.
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