General practitioners with a special interest

Br J Cardiol 2004;11:175-8 Leave a comment
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Despite many attempts at reform, there has been a persistent
shortfall in the number of consultant cardiologists.
As long ago as 1985, the conservative recommendation
was made that each general hospital should have
at least one physician, practising general medicine but
having a special expertise and training in cardiology.

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