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From 7 March to 29 April, school students across the Midlands can connect with healthcare workers.
Primary health care is the first point of contact for health care for most people, often at a community setting such as a GP surgery.
It’s not just doctors who work at GP surgeries; there is a whole team of healthcare workers helping patients, from practice nurses to receptionists, each with an important role to play in the running of the practice.
Primary care providers may also work in medical clinics, dental surgeries or allied health practices such as physiotherapy clinics.
Teachers: Find out more and sign up ❯
The Primary Care Zone is part of I’m an Medic, Get me out of here.
Favourite fast-food? (1 comment)
Do you have a specific routine you do everyday (8 comments)
What surgorys have you done so far and how well did they go? (1 comment)
how do you become ginger (3 comments)
hi, id like to ask, what kind of medical department do you specifically do or do you multiple things? (2 comments)
do u like pinapple on pizza (3 comments)
Does the job pay well and, do you think you will be able to pay off the student debt? (2 comments)
How long have you been in your profession? (5 comments)
if you could tell your 13 year old self something , what would it be ??? (4 comments)
Adrian what encouraged you to be a nurse/doctor/gp (1 comment)