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Scirj Volume II, Issue VI, June 2014 Edition
ISSN: 2201-2796

Referral Communications in Sri Lanka; Views of General Practitioners

Dr. R.P.J.C. Ramanayake, Dr. A.H.W. De Silva, Dr. D.P. Perera, Dr. R.D.N. Sumanasekera, Dr. L.A.C.L.Athukorala, Dr. K.A.T.Fernando

Abstract: Referral of patients to specialists and hospitals is an essential and inevitable aspect of primary health care. Maintain good communication is essential during the process in order to provide quality care without delays and unnecessary expenses. In Sri Lanka referral letter from a general practitioner (GP) is not essential to get admitted to a hospital or to consult a specialist and there is no registered population for a particular practitioner. This study was conducted to look at the views of general practitioners on referral communications.

Reference this Paper: Referral Communications in Sri Lanka; Views of General Practitioners by Dr. R.P.J.C. Ramanayake, Dr. A.H.W. De Silva, Dr. D.P. Perera, Dr. R.D.N. Sumanasekera, Dr. L.A.C.L.Athukorala, Dr. K.A.T.Fernando published at: "Scientific Research Journal (Scirj), Volume II, Issue VI, June 2014 Edition, Page 17-22 ".

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