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GPs declare rescue package 'inadequate' and vote in favour of industrial action

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Dr Bennet, what's more important? survival of GP or whether public wont accept end of free NHS culture? . It does not matter who pays for my service. All that matters is we provide good service and get paid appropriately for that service. If this country cannot afford to pay GP/hospital for service at market rates then public will have to part fund it whether they like it or not.Then only unreasonable demands will go down. NHS has lost goodwill of GPs/ hospital doctors. Don't expect us to go beyond call of duty to serve NHS and sacrifice our mental and physical health.

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20 May 2016

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11:37am

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Headline

GPs declare rescue package 'inadequate' and vote in favour of industrial action

Comment

Dr Bennet, what's more important? survival of GP or whether public wont accept end of free NHS culture? . It does not matter who pays for my service. All that matters is we provide good service and get paid appropriately for that service. If this country cannot afford to pay GP/hospital for service at market rates then public will have to part fund it whether they like it or not.Then only unreasonable demands will go down. NHS has lost goodwill of GPs/ hospital doctors. Don't expect us to go beyond call of duty to serve NHS and sacrifice our mental and physical health.

Posted date

20 May 2016

Posted time

11:37am

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