Chambers can be described as a group of practitioners working from the same premises and sharing administrative expenses but who retain individual fees and practice arrangements.


FIPO launched its Charter on the November 26th 2007 at Church House Conference Centre, Westminster with presentations by the Chairman of FIPO and the Minister of Health Professor Lord Darzi.

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FIPO welcomes the Government’s response to the Paterson enquiry
Ian Paterson’s betrayal of the basic principles of medicine have had a devastating impact not only on the patients whose lives he ruined but also on the me...
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FIPO Christmas Newsletter 2021
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Healthcode and Data!
Healthcode and your data It has come to our attention that the wording of the consent to use of personal data by Healthcode is rather broad:  “We will only ...
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Private Practice reopening – 7th September
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“Health insurance ‘worthless if patients can’t access treatment’.” FIPO latest in The Times – Monday 13th July 2020 FIPO’s Chairman, Mr Richard Packard, spok...
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