Dr Kenneth Tinkle
Imagine the desperate scramble at CQC HQ to keep their jobs and avoid redeployment to the front line. ‘I say chaps, we’re doing ourselves out of a cushy job by stopping inspections completely. Gotta show how indispensable we are. About turn!’
I have volunteered my service in spite of the doctor-hating GMC but I have no faith in their mealy-mouthed assurances. The lack of an apology for, and absence of accountability over the Bawa-Garba affair do not inspire any confidence. Heads should have rolled.
I’m retired with some health problems but happy to work remotely. That means from my pristine abode, not a grubby contact centre/virus distribution unit. Give me the tools and I can do the job.
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I’ve an idea (borrowed from Doncaster CCG). Drive a bus round the town centre, inviting casual visits by people from all over the town and those just passing through, to have their coughs and colds assessed. They could call it the ‘Coronavir-bus’.
Absolutely typical of CCG management, they will throw money at anything other than traditional General Practice, and the more gimmicky, the better.
Bunch of utter doctor-hating scumbags, with toad Massie the chief cowpat and self-inflating balloon. (Apologies for mixed metaphors). One for the overdue quango bonfire, I am writing to a certain D Cummings.
Full marks for optimism. Zero marks for realism.