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52ppp is a joke considering it's going up £100s each year for GPs. All NHS indemnity should be reimbursed infull as per our hospital colleagues
Why are we celebrating a 1% pay rise? This is pathetic! My friends in the city get a 10% rise and 10% bonus each year. Come on GPC!
I'm not a social worker
In our day jobs we are doing the job of three GPs
Finally some sense!! But how does this work with your 7 day opening Mr Hunt? It doesn't. Oh dear. Full circle
Politicians could do a lot more for us but they don't
I've been a GP for 2.5 years and I'm dropping my sessions from 8 to 6. I've tried to work full time but it was too
much and all the extra money was just taken off me. I see no future in general practice. What an almighty disappointment
Really they should forgot the whole 8-8 7 day access. There is no money or appetite for this anymore. They should really focus their attention on Brexit
Her comments only highlights her complete lack of understanding of the issue. She needs to do much more than apologise. She should consider her position as prime minister after such blatant lies to the public and NHS workers. I hope she is held to account this Wednesday at PM Q's.
Bit frustrating really. We threatened mass resignations 6 months ago if we didn't get a rescue package. 6 months on we're still full of hot air and finding excuses to delay our threat. We needed action 6 months ago. This is another frustrating delay. The government know we will never do this. Which is why we have no hope and general practice is doomed. I'm tired of all talk not action
More secondary care work coming our way which won't be commissioned. Will it change anything as u tell Mrs Jones she's lost one more point on her MMSE? How is this good patient care? Bean counting for the sake of it.
This is not my problem to fix. Sorry, I'm all out of favours.
The strikes should be back on after this comment. The man is impossible
This is something I don't want. The patient will expect more. They won't want to try something and come back if it's not worked. They will want their problem fixed at a time which is convenient for them. Those who use the service the most won't be asked to pay. Seems pointless
Well done pulse on raising this issue in the first place. I do feel it's the DoH putting unreasonable pressure on CCGs to cut costs. I hope a lesson has been learnt