Reading comprehension questions that go with the "ESL Doctors" reading passage found on the www. Excellentesl4u. Com website.
There is no difference, they are both doctors.
The GP normally works in a hospital and the specialist works in a surgery.
A GP can treat patients with many different illnesses, while the specialist focuses on one area only.
You need to be referred to a GP but not to a specialist.
In a hospital
In a school
In a surgery
In a mobile vehicle
They are very busy, so all their appointment times get full.
To make sure you are really ill.
So the GP will have enough work to do each day.
You will need to travel a long way to see them and the journey will take a few days.
A new born baby.
An old person.
Someone with a serious illness.
GPs do not visit patients in their houses.
They give advice about how to not become ill in the first place.
They help the families of people who have died.
They are participate in local community activities.
They work with the people who make the medicine to sell more of it.
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