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City doctors against £20 out of hours charges

5th June 2007
Birmingham GP's have spoken out against proposals to charge patients up to £20 a time for calling their doctor out of hours. A motion set to be considered by the British Medical Association's local medical committee conference next week says 'routine care outside core hours should be partically or wholly provided by a fee charged to the patient".

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Article Information

Title: City doctors against £20 out of hours charges
Author: Anne Waller
Article Id: 3039
Date Added: 5th Jun 2007


Birmingham Post

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