Dispensing - It is all a question of rurality

The proposed abolition of practice boundaries will mean a more uncertain future for GP dispensing practices and their patients, writes Dr Jeremy Phipps.

by Dr Jeremy Phipps
Deemed rural: it is essential that dispensing practices keep up to date on which areas their PCTs define as rural or non-rural, otherwise their dispensing list size could fall (Photograph: Istock)
Deemed rural: it is essential that dispensing practices keep up to date on which areas their PCTs define as rural or non-rural, otherwise their dispensing list size could fall (Photograph: Istock)

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