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That's it, I've had enough

Dr Chris Clark is retiring early because of the rise of 'bean counting' and targets which are 'seen as more important than individual care'.

A sign informing patients at his practice in West Bridgford, Nottinghamshire, of his decision also cites the 'inability to provide a personal service' for his resignation. Dr Clark told Pulse he had received 'dozens' of calls from GPs sympathising with his actions.

He added: 'I think we're no longer patient centred. I don't know anything about patient-centred care any more.'

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