Concern over polyclinic nonsense23rd May 2008
The Department of Healthâ€™s primary care tsar Dr David Colin-ThomÃ© has questioned the attitude of GPs over polyclinics.
Speaking at the Primary Care 2008 Conference in Birmingham, he accused the BMA of â€˜trade union spinâ€™ and said concerns over polyclinics were â€˜nonsenseâ€™. He said that he felt it seemed that the BMAâ€™s job was to â€œoppose every government policyâ€? and suggested that the new health centres would drive up quality of care, urging GPs to be ambitious and provide more services.
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Title: Concern over polyclinic nonsense
Author: Mark Nicholls
Article Id: 6887
Date Added: 23rd May 2008