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MP sees rural GPs up close

The GP recruitment crisis and the threat of the private sector were issues on the agenda when Cerne Abbas GP Dr Craig Wakeham hosted a visit by his local MP, Oliver Letwin.

The visit was the second in the Pulse initiative to persuade MPs of the benefits of consulting GPs more widely about NHS policy.

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