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10 Key Property Issues for Practice Managers

Everyone is busy and Practice Managers are no exception to that rule. As multi-practice mergers become commonplace and property owning GPs look to retire, premises issues are increasingly making it to the top of all Practice Managers’ to do lists. Some practices are well organised when it comes to their property but others don’t have […]

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Pharmacy income: leave no stone unturned

When planning a pharmacy, patient numbers are the key, not necessarily the size of the space available. Pressures continue to build to identify new sources of practice income. No stone is left unturned: one off health checks, adding new service areas or renting out under-utilised rooms are all possible routes to maximising cash flow. Rental income […]

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Future proofing your practice 3

Make your premises work harder When you’re thinking about the future of your practice, another way to make your premises work even harder for you, is to consider whether you could add additional complementary services such as a pharmacy, optician or dentists within your surgery. This benefits not only patients who are increasingly expecting these […]

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A local pharmacy has approached us with a view to setting up in our premises. What effect will this have on our Notional Rent?

The answer to this query really depends on the space which the pharmacy will occupy.  If the space that has been identified is currently within the space that is being reimbursed by the PCT then your reimbursement will have to be adjusted to take this into account, obviously resulting in less Notional Rent being received […]

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