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Tories pledge better access to GPs

12th April 2010

The Conservative Party have said in their manifesto for the election that they want to give patients access to their GPs from 8am-8pm.

Shadow health secretary Andrew Lansley said: "Labour’s disastrous renegotiation of the GP contract has meant many people now find it more difficult to see a family doctor than they used to. That’s why we need to take this important step to allow people to be able to see a GP 8am-8pm seven days a week. Under a Conservative government, people can have confidence they will be able to see a GP when they need one."

 

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Title: Tories pledge better access to GPs
Author: Jess Laurence
Article Id: 14605
Date Added: 12th Apr 2010

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