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Inner-city residents, ethnic minorities and primary health care.
  1. M. R. Johnson,
  2. M. Cross,
  3. S. A. Cardew


    Ethnic minorities form a substantial proportion of the urban population. A household survey in the West Midlands assessed usage of primary and preventative health care services. Asian households made some-what higher use of general practitioner (GP) facilities which can be related to demographic and socio-economic status. Fewer differences were found than expected, and uptake of preventative services was good. Afro-Caribbean patterns were similar to those of whites.

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