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Community Health Centres (CHCs) provide ancillary health services to support General Practitioners (GPs) in caring for patients with chronic conditions.
CHCs are conveniently located within the neighbourhood to allow GPs and patients easy access to the services.
For better coordination and continuity of care, patients must be referred by GPs, who will make appointments with the nearest CHC . Test results will be sent to the referring GPs for review and follow-up with patients. All services are by appointment only.
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Step 1: Patient sees a GP for medical condition
Step 2: GP assess and refers the patient to the CHC for relevant tests.
Step 3: Clinic makes an appointment with the nearest CHC for patient using the CHC referral forms. On the day of the appointment, healthcare staff at the CHC perform the required tests on the patient
Step 4: Test results (2 copies, each for GP & patient) are sent back to the referring GP for a review
Step 5: Clinic will contact patient for follow-up