A more holistic way to treating patients discussed at City Hall

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A more holistic way to treating patients discussed at City Hall

Healthcare professionals in London are beginning to explore more holistic ways of treating patients.

Social prescribing allows doctors and nurses to refer people to non-clinical services and may even include things like joining a gym or social club.

The idea was discussed at City Hall earlier today. Dr Onkar Sahota the chair of the Health Committee.

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