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A CCG in South West England has appointed new providers - including an NHS trust - to run five practices whose futures were put in jeopardy under the management of a private firm.
A total of 17 CCGs have more than £2m remaining funds available between them for practices to potentially access by the end of the financial year, a Pulse Intelligence investigation has found
A practice in the crisis town of Folkestone in Kent has announced it will shut after the local CCG refused to let it close its patient list and the surgery was unable to cope with the extra demand.
English GP leaders are calling for a removal of home visits from the core contract work because GPs no longer have the capacity to carry them out