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Can we charge our own patients for a non NHS service?

The practice is exploring sources of private income. I recently was interested in a Botox course but was unsure whether we could charge patients for a service which was not available on the NHS. Especially unsure about charging our own registered patients.

Andrew Lockhart Mirams

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