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Is 20-year partnership a record?

My partner and I have just celebrated 20 years of an unchanged partnership in general practice. This is without any new partners joining or leaving during those two decades.

We do of course employ locums to cover holidays and our GPSI work. We reckon that this is probably some kind of county record – if not a national record, given the climate of change and uncertainty. We are both in our early 50s.

From Dr Andrew Briggs and Dr John Taylor, Buckhurst Hill, Essex

Can anyone beat this record?
If you can beat Dr Briggs and Dr Taylor's record, email us at: pulse@cmpmedica.com

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