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How will services in the community, such as general practices and community pharmacies, work together in the future?

Larger integrated community hubs with a wide range of professionals and resources
Increased roles for current services - community pharmacy, general practices etc
Silo working between different services in the community such as general practice, pharmacies, community nurses
Joined up working, reduced duplication and expanded services local to patients
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