Nicola Sturgeon is the Deputy First Minister and health secretary in Scotland, and a politician in the SNP.
At the Scottish LMCs conference in March she launched an outspoken attack on the NHS reforms led by her English counterpart, claiming they had turned GP-led commissioning into a ‘dirty word’ associated with privatisation and market-based competition.
She has also overseen the abolition of prescription charges across Scotland during her time in office.
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This article appeared as part of Pulse’s list of the top 20 most influential non-GPs of 2011. The full list can be found here.
The top 50 most influential GPs of 2011 can also be viewed here.