Avoid primary care at all cost,s go directly to secondary care( AE).
A reasonable answer would be to inform NHS England that on their demise, the GP'S ghost intends to continue from where they stopped.
In addition advice them that word is that GP ghost's have no objections to a 7 day working week ,indeed are obligated to do so.
I am past caring.
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Begs the question how the other 25% managed to miss the negativity.
Here is to hoping the indemnity fees for any GP that signs up this are upwards ob £30,000 per annum.
I am in my 40s and am looking forward to retirement already.
I wonder if Jeremy Hunt could guess why.
I like the patients that tell me they will not take pain killers as it simply "masks"the cause of the pain.
My standard response it that you are onto a winner.
A group of adults have actually suggested GPs should encourage kids to be messy with their food.
This is the product of sparing the rod in childhood!
Is there no end to the stupidity that spews forth from people who should know better?
Let me guess, the affected patients are not enamoured with this plan.
I am with you.I have a little knowledge of cost accounting, and worked out a long time ago that my hourly rate should be no less than £150.00 per hour
Stop stop whining...now go and do your discharge summaries (properly).
Are you Jeremy Hunt in disguise?
I said this before and am saying it again,
Peverley for prime minister!
In the highly unlikely event If I receive a valentine card today, I am keep it.
Apply a teeny-weeny plaster on a deep ulcer.That will solve the problem.
Fund all the indemnity costs,double the average hourly rates.Problem solved.
Pay all indemnity costs, improve the hourly pay rate and enough GPs will return to OOH centres(at least for a while).
@12.24 nailed it.
Nothing else need be said.