WRONG:

GP PRACTICE


RIGHT:

GENERAL PRACTICE


“GP” stands for “general practitioner,” so a “GP practice is a “general practitioner practice,” which isn’t exactly redundant, but strikes some people as awkward. However, if you don’t want to spell the phrase out, there doesn’t seem to be a good substitute for “GP practice”—it won’t bother many people.


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