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NCAS reports sharp drop in GP suspensions


That means there is no needs to NCAS as there is no demand on the service. I have seen many cases where NCAS assessment was wrong and waste of money because when the GPs were referred to the GMC ,there were no reasons for concerns as raised by NCAS, which means complete waste of money by the PCT for NCAS referral .

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10 Oct 2012

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