GPs sent almost 400 incorrect discharge lettersSubscription
GPs in Scotland were sent almost 400 incorrect discharge letters, wrongly stating that patients had comorbidities such as cancer or endometriosis due to a computer glitch
GPs take back control of trust-managed practiceSubscription
A GP practice in West Scotland has successfully won the contract of West Kilbride medical practice, a former trust-managed practice
Over one in three GPs (37%) in Scotland feel so overwhelmed by daily tasks, that they 'cannot cope at least once a week'
Hundreds of staff at a Scottish health board have experienced bullying and harassment, according to an independent review.
A motion proposed by the Scottish Green party to boost funding for general practice has been approved in Scottish Parliament
EU citizens living in the UK may have to prove their immigration status in order to receive free NHS care in the event of a no-deal Brexit, according to a leaked memo to NHS trusts
Jo Churchill named as new primary care minister Subscription
Conservative MP Jo Churchill has been named the new minister for primary care as part of Boris Johnson's recent cabinet reshuffle.
The Government is to invest £434m in stockpiling and freight capacity in order to prevent drugs shortages in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
Plans to transport medicine in the event of a no-deal Brexit must be reactivated 'within the next days or weeks' to prevent shortages, NHS chief executive Simon Stevens has said
Mutual arrangements that recognise European Economic Area (EEA) qualifications in the UK will not be reciprocated by European medical regulators, the GMC has said.
The new Welsh Gender Service will start seeing patients in September, the Welsh Government has announced.
The number of GP training places in Wales is set to increase by almost 18% this autumn, the Welsh health minister has stated
Welsh GPs will receive an additional £25m as part of the new 2019/20 contract, the Welsh Government has revealed.
An out-of-hours service in west Wales had no GP cover 125 times during 2018, the findings of a Pulse investigation have revealed.
The number of patients registered at health-board run practices in Wales has increased by 885% over the past five years, figures collected by the RCGP show.