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  • Push Doctor brings convenience to healthcare
  • Push Doctor brings convenience to healthcare
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Push Doctor brings convenience to healthcare

In the UK, the NHS is completely ingrained into our culture. It’s an institution to be proud of, with paying for healthcare a distinctly alien concept for most. Push Doctor is a new service that could be set to change this, providing a convenient – and relatively cheap – alternative to a GP.

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