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Impact of a GP cooperative on lower acuity emergency department attendances
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    GP Co-op and ED Dept Colocation

    I thank the authors for an interesting article. The article states that none of the other 13 GP co-ops are located on hospital grounds close to an ED. This is factually incorrect. The North East Doctor on call service has 2 co-located sites on hospital grounds, Cavan and Navan. In the case of the Cavan centre the GPs are located in the hospital building. In Navan, the site is on the hospital grounds. In both cases, unlik...

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