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Secondary and tertiary paediatric services in Scotland are based in large conurbations. Patients often live a great distance from their primary place of care. The Scottish population (5,094,000) is predominantly urban, with over 70% living in ‘The Central Belt’ which encompasses the Forth and Clyde valleys between Edinburgh and Glasgow. A further 20% live around the …
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