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'Flawed' patient survey will worsen GP access

22nd March 2010

GP chiefs have warned the Northern Ireland LMC conference that quality of GP care could be worsened because of a "flawed" patient survey.

Brian Dunn said: "Despite the fact that many practices will score highly, the outcomes of this survey are likely to result, once again, with the removal of funding from local family doctors. I simply don’t know how removing funds will improve general practice. Practices already providing good access are rapidly becoming disillusioned."

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Title: 'Flawed' patient survey will worsen GP access
Author: Jess Laurence
Article Id: 14454
Date Added: 22nd Mar 2010

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