volume 295, issue 6590, P122-122 1987
DOI: 10.1136/bmj.295.6590.122-b
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Abstract: writes: I am a singlehanded general practitioner working in a rural area of Israel. The practice is divided between two villages with a central surgery with a resident nurse and a surgery from my own home. In all, I have just over 1000 patients under my care. In spite of lack of manpower we have been carrying out several opportunistic