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Open Surgery: Fix me

An alternative take on the issues affecting GPs, by Fran

fix me

 

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  • That is exactly what I deal with many times every day

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  • Well they do sometimes come home with cannulas still in place.

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  • Dear GP, please do a home visit to remove this patient’s cannula as you have nothing else to do. Thank you.

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  • Where's Optimus?

    Come on GMC.. NHS England
    what happened to porotecting patients
    The "hospital"
    i.e invisible managers will always act irresponsibly knowing that there is always a single (preferebly bme) doctor to scape goat when things go wrong

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  • Where's Optimus?

    We'll manage (The inappropriate discharges) them right back to admission or A+E
    What a merry roundabout ??

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  • Where's Optimus?

    then they can bill nhs twice for multiple admissions !!

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  • would be funny were it not true...!

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