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The crisis in general practice is unprecedented


The partnership model will die slowly as : hardly any young GPs will be partners, there will a joint and several liability 'crisis' for many partnerships mainly related to premises leases, super-practices which are run by corporate type, patient avoidant GPs are not real partnerships, PCN mean effectively the independent contractor model no longer exists, service charges after Brexit will go up exponentially due to struggling landlords and will bankrupt some practices, GP is totally over-managed and over-regulated mainly due to the power dynamics of the 'management class' GPs in Primary Care, who pay themselves large amounts of money to sit around in endless stupid meetings ( which could easily be done for free in lunch hours) who really should get down onto the frontline NOW and starting seeing some f****ing patients. Rant over.

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09 May 2019

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