whats the problem
when I was there the copayments caused problem s-i patient who wa sin AF needed an ecg but refused as he had had one 8 weeks previously and he wasn't going to pay another $ 20
20k-government takes 40% tax back so its only £12,000
retired at 58 sold surgery for housing development NZ for a gap year did OOH /locums till 60 when no hit on pension excellent lump sum-really good financcial adviser then locums since then at 2 nice practices no problems with revalidation/reaccreditation will retire at 65--house improvments good holidays average 2-3 days a week when I wan t--whats the problem?
not really new s-if fat people lose weight they can control the diabetes--it does show that diet which is enforced does work contrary to the diets most fat patients follow
also Finnish research a decade ago showed that weight loss and exercise reversed diabetes
why is this still appearing on the site -it is rather old news
wow 300 GPs!
but it doesn't actually stop home visits it has transferred them all onto a dedicated GP and nurses -so what has it meant to the staffing numbers -are there less GPs employed because of this or is this additional to the number who were in practice before the hospital took over?
there are so many responses to so many similar articles but never a response from the person who made the comment reported in pulse-is this due to lack of editorial interest?
I hope he is charging a very high locum rate