By Ed Horner in York Press.
AN ONLINE GP service in York has had its registration suspended after it was found to be putting patients at “risk of serious harm”.
The Care Quality Commission (CQC) rated the care provided by Doc-OneStop to be ‘inadequate’, following an inspection carried out in July 2019.
The provider registered with the CQC in September 2018 and was the first digital medical practice in the UK to do so.
Based at Clifton Moor in York, the practice provides GP services via remote video consultations and also offers walk-in consultations and examinations.
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