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Have your say on GP online consultations

NHS England is seeking views from GPs, practice teams and members of the public on what people think about the idea of online consultations so we can improve the service and increase the availability and use.

Online consultations are a way for patients to contact their GP practice without having to wait on the phone or take time out to come into the practice. Using a smartphone, tablet or computer, they can contact their practice about a new problem or an ongoing issue.

The two surveys are open from Tuesday 8 May and will close on Friday 15 June 2018.

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