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Unable to expand as PCT quibbled over rent

GPs are described as 'overperforming' in relation to quality points (News, January 15) which I think is a little unjust.

GPs and their teams are working very hard to ensure the maximum number of points can be achieved.

This shows good clinical care being achieved and recorded in the way that is now required. Much of this work was done before but not always recorded with a Read code. We started off with a baseline of 840, seeking to aspire to 932, but are looking now at 1,020 or higher.

Frank Hunter

Practice manager

Leicester

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