The scheme being run with partners Birmingham and Solihull LIFT Co and Prime plc is funded by the Government's pounds 250 million national Equitable Access to Primary Medical Care programme.
What does EAPMC stand for?
EAPMC stands for Equitable Access to Primary Medical Care (UK)
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- European Association for Pharmaceutical Law and Economics
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- Early Adapter Program Management
- École d'Architecture de Paris-Malaquais (French architectural school)
- Effective Actions Per Minute (gaming)
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- Entreprise Artisanale de Peintures Masson Père et Fils (French painting company)
- European Association for Personnel Management (Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development; London, England, UK)
- European Association of Perinatal Medicine
- Euro-Atlantic Partnership Military Committee (NATO)
- Euro-Atlantic Partnership Military Committee in Chiefs-Of-Staff
- Extensible Authentication Protocol-Message Digest 5 (Microsoft)
- Enterprise Architecture Program Management Office
- European Anti Poverty Network
- Engineering Academic Programs Office (Texas A&M University)
- Eurasian Patent Organization
- European Association of Fish Producers Organisations (est. 1980)
- European Association for Psycho Organic Analysis (est. 1986; Utrecht, Netherlands)
- Extensible Authentication Protocol Over Ethernet
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The private sector is bidding, alongside GPs, on contracts for the management and operation of around 152 GP lead health centres and 100 GP practices - in other words core primary care services - as part of the Equitable Access to Primary Medical Care (EAPMC) programme, which Prime Minister Gordon Brown launched at the back end of last year.
The scheme is being funded in part by the Government's pounds 250 million Equitable Access to Primary Medical Care programme, which aims to boost the provision of GPs in "under doctored" areas.