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The abolition of practice boundaries is complete twaddle


Essentially this policy is brain-damaged. At best, the proponents of this policy are well-meaning but incompetent; but the likely explanation is that the real driver here is to change the model of general practice in England so that large for-profit organisations can run practices without the constraints of geography. They will be the winners. There will be mobile, articulate people who will benefit. In Tower Hamlets we are sticking with geographically-based general practice. Here is what we are telling our patients:

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26 Oct 2014

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