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Over seven in 10 UK doctors are trying to live up to the ‘superdoctor’ expectation, according to a new survey by the Medical Protection Society.
A GP practice in Plymouth has closed suddenly following a CQC inspection
A governmental tax body has recommended ministers consider dropping the lifetime tax allowance on the NHS Pensions scheme in what medical accountants have described as a 'game-changing' move for GP pensions.
Exclusive: Plans are being drawn up for paramedics hired by networks to work across both practices and ambulances, so the emergency service does not ‘lose’ its staff, Health Education England’s lead GP has said.
GP partners’ income decreased by 10% in real terms over a nine-year period, which 'may have contributed to current recruitment and retention problems' according to new research findings.
A new app for GPs and healthcare professionals working in hospitals to report incidents anonymously is set to expand to further regions of the country at the end of the year.
Exclusive: Digital consultations should be included in the GP trainee curriculum according to Health Education England’s head of primary care.
Proposals have been submitted to turn a recently closed GP practice in Bristol into a bedsit.
A surgery in Tameside has been forced to increase its building security after incidences of youth anti-social behaviour and four break-ins in the last two years
Changes to the way premises payments are processed could free up GP time, according to the BMA and the NHS.
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