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At the heart of general practice since 1960

The Big Interview with Sir John Oldham

‘Understanding the soul of your community is something that’s been really quite unique to general practice, and we lose it at our peril’ says Sir John Oldham, national clinical lead for quality and productivity at the Department of Health

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  • Chilling. When asked about those practices struggling to provide the GP service he suggests giving the role to someone else to ‘ do a better job’. There is no recognition that society and governments have any responsibility to help make primary care work.

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