General practitioners reveal the highs and lows of providing medical services.
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Episode 39 - General practitioners reveal the highs and lows of providing medical services.
The staff face a flurry of bowel problems, including cancer.
A woman whose son is very ill seeks advice about depression.
Nurse Rosie checks over a patient who had a knee operation.
Dr Cartmill is back after testing negative for coronavirus.
Dr Mao treats a former merchant seaman.
Inside Hall Green Health Centre. Dr Ajay meets Kelsi who suffers from OCD.
A toddler will eat only breast milk and, strangely, wood.
Soon-to-be-90 Cyril suffers from anxiety at bedtime.
Keith comes in because his breath has become 'terrible'.
Brian's feet have turned an alarming shade of blue.
Aofie is struggling to sit due to pain in her collar bone.
First in to see Dr Razak is Muriel, an older lady who recently suffered a mini stroke.
A young mum collpases half-way through an appointment.
A patient's internet research suggests he has sleep apnoea.
A patient is scanned for signs of prostate cancer.
GPs tackle men's health issues at the Hall Green Health Centre.
Dr Singal checks a patient with headaches and chest pains.
Tests show a patient has blood and sugar in his urine.
Dr Ashraf sees a woman who has a lump in her breast.
Dr Qamar visits Elsie who, unexpectedly, lost her husband.
Dr Qamar addresses a patient's concerns about chest pains.
Pratibha is concerned about her failure to lose weight.
Dr Aftab Arif is faced with a patient who refuses a scan.
A patient looks like he might have skin cancer on his arm.
Blind patient Pauline needs help with her eye drops.
Taking measures to minimise the overuse of antibiotics.
The GPs have the hard task of deciding what to prioritise.
The spotlight falls on the unsung heroes of General Practice - the surgery receptionists.
The doctors notice that their patients seem to not be as concerned about their own health.
The staff at Hall Green Health Centre are dealing with the aftermath of patient falls.
Regular elderly patient Catherine, has come in about her dizziness and balance issues.
GPs now spend around 20% of their week consulting on joint related symptoms for patients.
At Hall Green Health Centre the doctors see patients struggling to manage their weight.
A 20-year-old woman with a lifelong auto-immune skin condition has an adverse reaction.
Meeting patients confused by advice given from different healthcare professionals.
Dr Crosse checks up with Tina who suffered a head injury and experienced a loss of memory.
These patients are doing their bit and taking ownership of their own healthcare.
A woman suffers with chronic back pain since giving birth to her twins five years ago.
The GPs and medical staff discuss what it takes to be good at their jobs.