Chair of the RCGP highlights a missed opportunity to address the funding crisis in general practice
The RCGP has responded to NHS England (London)'s 'Call for Action' report released yesterday.
RCGP Chair, Dr Maureen Baker, wrote the following in response to an article in the Daily Mail. This was originally sent as a letter to the editor, but was not published.
Family doctors have warned that patients could be forced to wait longer to see their GP this winter, as new figures show the emergence of a funding black hole of £10.2bn for general practice in Britain over the last eight years.
The RCGP has reacted to today’s (19/11/13) government response to the public inquiry led by Robert Francis in to the events at Mid Staffordshire NHS Foundation Trust.
Having green phlegm or snot is not always a sign of a bacterial infection that will require antibiotics to get better, says Public Health England (PHE) and the Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP).
New figures published by the RCGP and the National Association for Patient Participation (N.A.A.P) show funding for general practice at nine year low.
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