Only one in four GP pension records for 2017/18 are up to date, it has emerged.
A GP practice in Shropshire has faced staffing issues after potholes on local roads prevented it from being able to secure locum cover.
Multiple GP practices in Kent have permanently shut down and others have been taken over by a partnership, after being suspended by the CQC at the end of last year.
An online GP practice has been hit with an £18,000 fine after it admitted to providing healthcare services illegally.
The Welsh Government has said it 'fundamentally disagrees' with NHS plans in England to pay for doctors' pension tax charges this winter, stressing the measures are merely a 'sticking plaster solution' to the problems.
Black and Asian patients with dementia receive worse quality of care than white patients in the UK due to differences in prescribing, according to new study.
Emotive newspaper coverage of children who have died from sepsis may put GPs under extra pressure to prescribe antibiotics when the drugs are not clinically necessary, new research has suggested.
Babylon is to expand to another city in a new partnership with an NHS hospital trust that will mean GPs and consultants have access to eachother's filmed consultations.
All out-of-hours (OOH) services except home visits were stopped by NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde health board earlier this month due to problems with GP staffing.
HIV transmission has fallen by more than 70% in six years among gay and bisexual men according to a report from Public Health England hailing the success of HIV testing in the UK.
Public Health England has issued interim advice to GPs on dealing with potential cases of coronavirus in patients who have visited affected regions of China.
The new requirement for GPs to use the national early warning score (NEWS) to decide when to refer patients to hospital could increase referrals by almost 20% when compared with using their own judgement, a study of out-of-hours services has suggested.