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GPs underfunded as 'penance' for signing 2004 contract, says Hunt


My parents are both 86 and still live at home. They have been registered with the same practice for 55 years and are very happy with their GP. Why should they lose that relationship, continuity and care if they move into a care home? And why should someone lose any right to a choice of GP just because they are elderly and need care? Neman, your suggestion simply treats them as objects that have to have their care dictated in the " best" way for the NHS. My mum would have a thing or two to say about your suggestion!

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06 Oct 2015

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