Published by Professor Clare Gerada, GP Partner, the Hurley Group and former Chair of the Royal College of General Practitioners on 23 January 2018
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24 January 2018
The GP estate is failing its patients and clinicians. GP practices are too small to bring more services into the community. Four in ten GPs go as far as saying their practice is unfit for purpose. It is time for investment in the estate to create bigger, modern practices. This will enable patients to be diagnosed, treated and discharged in the community.
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