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GPs face increasing restrictions as NHS rations care to save money


the NHS was never designed to be free at point of use. it was free at point of need. Patients often have too high expectations leading to inappropriate referrals, leading to them clogging up the system and delaying patients in genuine need. Can't really blame them though when the Government continuously stokes demand advising the UK and the world that they should be entitled to get what they want when they want it where they want it how they want it no matter the reason the want it.

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30 Jul 2015

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