A GP letter, also known as a general practitioner letter, is a written communication from a primary care physician (GP) to another healthcare professional or specialist. It typically provides important medical information, including patient history, examination findings, diagnoses, treatment plans, and any specific requests or recommendations for further assessment or care.


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