SHOULD the veterinary profession be obliged to offer a 24 hour service? Is opting out feasible? This article explores the problem and attempts to identify some possible solutions. It is based on a presentation given by Geoff Little at a 'contentious issues' debate at the 1995 BVA Congress in Winchester. In the pages which follow, Simon Meyer, of the Elizabeth Street Emergency Clinic, describes the arrangements that have been established between practices in part of south London, to provide out of hours emergency cover.
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