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A child died after an ambulance took an hour to reach her at a practice in Cardiff, despite the GP requesting paramedics arrive within eight minutes, an inquest has been told.
Just over a third of older women participate in all cancer screening programmes, a new study has shown.
NHS England has unveiled new financial incentives for primary care networks (PCNs) who meet certain targets ahead of others.
Changes to language test requirements will make it easier for overseas GPs to come and work in the UK, the Home Office has said.
An NHS foundation trust in Cheshire has acquired its third GP practice after the partners were forced to hand over their contract over recruitment issues.
A judge has ruled that a locum GP who was working for an out-of-hours provider should have been treated as a worker who was eligible for sick pay and holidays following an appeal from the provider.
GPs in Scotland will receive an additional £23m as part of the new GP contract, the Scottish Government has confirmed.
Public Health England (PHE) has urged eligible patients to get vaccinated against measles and mumps after a high number of cases.
Government proposals to make pensions more flexible are not enough to ensure the sustainability of GP services, NHS England chief executive has warned.
A group of CCGs has told local GPs to restrict out-of-area referrals as part of new measures to reduce costs.
Lack of flexibility in the current NHS pension system has forced swathes of GPs to cut their hours, the Government has said as it launches a review of the system.
The Government has set out proposals to increase the flexibility of NHS pensions after it admitted the current NHS pension system has created an incentiveof for a third of GPs and consultants to refuse extra shifts.
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The Government has outlined new proposals to offer GPs better control on their pensions but are these enough to address the issues, asks Léa Legraien
A councillor has expressed anger over long GP waiting times in Northern Ireland.
Local GP practices based in NHS buildings will receive a 50% subsidy on a permanent basis, a CCG has announced.
Networks are 'reluctant to proceed' with the employment of additional staff because uncertainty around VAT issues and concerns around funding, GP and commissioning leaders have said.
Babylon will remove the cap on the number of patients that can register with GP at Hand if it succeed in meeting a series of criteria, it has been revealed.
CCGs should redistribute any unused funding for hiring extra staff under the new DES agreement to other primary care networks (PCNs), NHS England has said.
Vulnerable patients are denied their right to register with a GP over a lack of ID, according to a new report.
A London surgery is set to shut its doors for good following the death of its sole GP after commissioners failed to sort out paperwork to transfer ownership.