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Thursday 27th October 2016

Gp Surgeries Articles


Slight reduction in GP access

12th July 2016

A new GP Patient Survey shows continued steady reduction in people finding it easy to access their GP surgery on the phone.

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Patients being 'short-changed'

1st February 2016

Head of BMA's general practice committee says GP surgeries are operating in a 'state of emergency' due to problems with staffing and resources.

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GP patient satisfaction remains high

12th January 2016

Latest survey of patients reveals majority of people are happy with overall experience of their GP surgery.

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GP surgeries at breaking point

6th January 2016

Hundreds of GP surgeries in England have stopped taking on new patients as they struggle to fill staff vacancies.

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More than 400 pharmacists to be recruited to GP surgeries

17th November 2015

New scheme to fund, recruit and employ pharmacists in local practices.

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Four out of five say they are happy with GP opening hours

6th November 2015

Research suggests Sunday appointments are not in demand.

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Patients forced to seek new GP

1st June 2015

New figures show thousands of patients have to find new GP because their local practice has closed.

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GP services already at breaking point

21st May 2015

A senior GPs' representative says David Cameron needs to ditch plans to open GP surgeries seven days a week.

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NHS 111 increasing pressure on GPs and A&E

4th February 2015

Analysis of the NHS 111 urgent care in England shows a big increase in number of people being referred to GP surgeries and A&E departments.

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GPs to display CQC inspection ratings

30th January 2015

New rules will mean GP surgeries, hospitals and care homes will have to clearly display the inspection rating rewarded by the CQC.

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