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Why Primary Care Comms Clinic?
Experience you can trust

Trusted by GP practice, primary care networks and GP federations for almost 20 years. This isn’t a side gig for us. You won’t find generic comms here. Just solid 100% healthcare and primary care communications expertise. Pretty unique, right?

Practical and jargon-free

The people we work with aren’t writers, designers, or digital experts. They save lives, mend minds and repair bodies. And boy oh boy, are they busy (All. The. Time). That’s why we keep things practical, down-to-earth and jargon-free.

Save time and money

You fix people for a living. And we fix your comms and marketing. Strategic and hands-on help without big agency fees and made specifically for those right on the front line in general practice, dentistry, community pharmacy, community services and optometry.

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Comms and Social Media Tips

Surprising news if you respond to patient reviews

If you’re responsible for responding to patient reviews, it might surprise you to learn that: 7,018 people posted a review about their GP practice on NHS.uk between April & June 2022.* 3,611 people got a response. Just under half heard nothing.* *Source: NHS.uk How many more people read those reviews and only got one of half the…

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Extended Access: Getting your communications just right

If you’re a primary care network lead, you’ve probably been frantically firing through your Enhanced Access submission that’s due before the end of July. Did you like that fun part about communications? Does the PCN have communications plans in place to inform patients about the service? Have general practice teams been trained/provided with the necessary…

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ARRS Staff: Your not-so-secret weapon

Working on ARRS staff communications for your patients right now? They’re your not-so-secret weapon when it comes to increasing access. And now you’ve got talented new ARRS staff working with your practice, you probably know what a difference they’re making to the patients who have chosen to see them over a GP. Do your patients?…

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