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GPC Chair's News

Updated: Jun 11, 2019

8 March 2019 - including:


  • Funding for increased employer contributions

  • Indemnity settlement 18/19

  • Consultation opens on competition and procurement rules in the NHS

  • Primary care networks and workforce expansion

  • GP contract roadshows

  • Patient satisfaction survey 

  • Shortage of doctors puts patient safety at risk

  • BalanceforBetter

  • Sanitary products free for NHS patients

  • Government launches cervical smear campaign

  • Flu vaccination programme delivery

  • Training hubs essential in workforce transformation

  • LMC UK conference representatives to GPC UK elections

  • GPC UK regional representative elections

  • LMC UK conference agenda

  • Supply Issues Update for Primary and Secondary Care February 2019

  • Latest Sessional GPs newsletter

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