Health secretary praises “perfect example” Mill Hill GPs

Victoria Atkins was visiting the area last week with Hendon Conservative candidate Ameet Jogia

Conservative politicians meeting Mill Hill GPs
Victoria Atkins (second from left), with Ameet Jogia (second from right) – (Credit – Ameet Jogia for Hendon)

Health secretary Victoria Atkins praised the work of GPs in Mill Hill on a visit to a surgery in the area last week.

Atkins, who was visiting the surgery with Conservative candidate for Hendon Ameet Jogia, spoke to doctors, nurses and administrative workers at the practice.

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Jogia described the practice as a “fantastic example of an integrated care system that works for the local community through GP’s, clinicians and a range of various medical practitioners”. 

During this visit, they also had the opportunity to visit local businesses on Mill Hill Broadway, including a coffee shop and a local pharmacy. 

Reflecting on the visit, Atkins said: “Mill Hill is a perfect example of an area that works hard for its community and reaps the rewards. The GP practices in the area have provided dedicated care for over 50 years and are admired by local residents here.”

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