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GPC will 'take firm legal measures' to stop forced allocation of patients

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#Mark Cathcart 6:57pm Hi Mark. As I have stated previously stated on this forum I am sickened and disgusted the way the Fermanagh GP’s have been treated. The complete lack of any press or political backlash is telling. The people deserve the politicians they vote for – god help them. As for me I don’t care about the NHS anymore – it is a broken ideological dream. It’s ironic that the first part of the NHS to collapse will be Northern Ireland – the most left leaning of all of the Home Nations with an out and out socialist health minister at the helm. I am not sure if there is any way back for GP’s within the NHS in Northern Ireland. I don’t think there is. I think it’s time we all exited en-masse. For those GP’s who don’t have the Christmas Balls for the fight then they are welcome to the pile of sh*te that awaits them at rainbows end. The consultants can start seeing the patients instead of us – after all there are more of them – 50% more! Merry Christmas – it may be the last either of spends as an NHS employee in Northern Ireland.

Posted date

23 Dec 2016

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8:07pm

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