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The events leading up to the establishment of a separate primary care service for the homeless and rootless population in Manchester are described.
The organization, funding and commitment of the project are outlined and an insight into the life-style of this population is provided.
During the first quarter of 1981, 2,049 consultations were given. The most common causes for consultation were psychiatric, alcoholic and respiratory conditions.