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NHS 'ignores GP childcare needs'

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·In the article 'Practice of part-timers who prioritise continuity of care' (News, June 11) we stated that all of the partners at

Dr Beth McCarron-Nash's practice in Maidenhead were women. Although this will be the case soon after Dr McCarron-Nash joins in July, for the past five years

Dr Julius Parker has been a male partner at the practice.

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