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Julian Sturdy - Strong Voice for York Outer

Julian Sturdy

Conservative Party Candidate for York Outer
Any reference to Julian Sturdy being a Member of Parliament on this website predates the dissolution of Parliament and the 2024 General Election campaign

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Julian meets with Unity Health as part of York health audit

February 3, 2023

As part of his ongoing audit of health services in York, Julian met with Dr Richard Wilcox of Unity Health.

While many of the pressures facing general practice are similar regardless of where in the city or even the country you are based, Unity Health does have a unique outlook on our city’s health given up to 70% of its patients at a given time are students.

A younger patient base may mean that the practice does not see as many ailments associated with old age but it unfortunately means other conditions are far more routine than would usually be expected. To manage this, Julian learned that many of the doctors on staff are specialists in treating mental illness and eating disorders.

Speaking after the meeting Julian said:

“I want to thank Dr Wilcox for giving his time so generously today to help with health services audit. Having already had a few meetings with different practices, there are definitely recurring themes but Unity Health also offered unique perspectives of treating predominantly younger patients.

I hope to meet with Dr Wilcox again once I have finished my audit as part of a roundtable discussion with York health professionals and a Health Minister to hopefully use experiences in York as a test case for improving the health service nationally.”