|HELLO KITTY | Hospital Doctor|05 Mar 2019 4:31pm
Ha! Never had a locum refuse to come back. Double pay post Brexit with the millions to dish out
Here's my Brexit contingency plan.
We will have 340 million a week to divi up, so I plan a party, a locum, a pay-rise for my staff, an extra 2 GPs to get the ratio below 1:2000 GP/patients and a holiday.
The loss of GPs quotes as 593 or 2% is meaningless.
If you state that leave 1.2million patients without a GP it means more! Daily Fail style reporting. However we know that those 1.2m patients will have a GP who has too many patient to be safe. They love the airline analogy- same number of passengers flying but 1.2 million passengers have to get into already full planes- like that happens!
450 WTE GPs is approximately 900000 patients without a GP; except it isn't as the rest of us just have higher list sizes, burn out, reduce hours and the domino effect speeds up.
Is it shiny like at school or triple ply soft Andrex?
I'll try but I suspect I won't have time to complete :)
"If GPs didn't prescribe these medicines they'd be no problem." Matt Hancock 30th March 2019.
You are a very naughty girl ;)
Good primary care has always hinged on local knowledge of people and continuity of care. Bigger is not better or cheaper in healthcare, we know it, Nuffield are showing it but it doesn't suit the government as their mates cant make a buck out of it; but never let facts get in the way of profit
AND in other news- extra money in primary care clawed back from partnerships as pension and indemnity costs rise.
GPs showing poor performance.
Give service to private sector, which is always better, of course.
Promotion for 'saving' money and annoying GPs.
Doing the same thing again and expecting different results is excellent (for the management consultants) Pulse 2025: 'Management consultants paid 3.4million for GP IT consultation'
Going going Gong. What a Muppet. If I was SoS now I'd be crowing that most of general practice is good or outstanding proving, and let me be clear, we don't need to waste the hardworking taxpayer's money on more investment as the GPs are doing a great job and are well remunerated. Primary care is strong and stable. --The man is delusional.--
Another SoS that understands what GPs are (not.)
"As soon as the teddy bears have finished their picnic we will, once more, find urcine faecal matter" explained the Pontiff during his Catholic means Catholic speech and the blind cervidae club.
Going going gong.
Report the partner to the law society.
Not good enough. Translate what he said properly. GPs should be pleased to grow their business by allowing others to close. The GP who is closing loses their business, income and years of work. Oh and likely it’ll cost them a fortune in redundancy. Dr Madan there is a human cost to what you said that is unbecoming of a caring professional
Wow! Partner in Hurley Groups presumes he knows what's best for all practices. As ignorant as the SoS and DH on this issue. Massive conflict of interest. How about TOP GP in NHSE considers what is best for all patients and asks for funding and scraping of useless regulation. No gongs for being sensible! Traitor
Reminds self to set up UberGP. Some people value a GP apt so poorly and allowing an app to use our appointments up is not a step forward. If we could cope with demand we'd abolish appointment systems. We will need to restrict the amount of appts available via app. The promise of champagne medicine with lemonade funding.