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CCGs block Babylon’s expansion of GP at Hand to Birmingham on ‘safety grounds’

Friday 13th July 2018

Commissioners have objected to GP at Hand's expansion with a physical presence in Birmingham on the grounds of patient safety.
 
The digital-first NHS service, provided by private company Babylon via a host GMS practice in southwest London, said earlier this year that they were looking to expand to other cities in the UK.
 
According to NHS Hammersmith and Fulham CCG board papers, GP at Hand submitted a request on 22 June, 'to vary their sub-...

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