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Primary care czar says GPs should stop 'whinging'

1st October 2008

The Department of Health’s national clinical director for primary care has told the medical profession that they should "stop whinging."

Speaking at the Primary Care Live conference in London, Dr David Colin-Thomé said the BMA's reaction to plans for new GP-led health centres had been 'surprising and uncalled for'. He also questioned the BMA claims that general practice was in crisis, and pointed out that Britain's GPs are the best paid in the world. However, his comments did not go down well with GPs.


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