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Physician associate indemnity ‘costs practices upwards of £2,400’


drop in the ocean GPs are on the way out - no point training for it. Physician associates are indispensable and the future. Not bad 2 years training, 55k a year, low indemnity costs, no clinical responsibility, supervised. Why run up a six figure debt for less (net pay) and more stress and responsibility. May as well stop training GPs.

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30 Sep 2015

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