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    3 of our gps are women. all are very nice and good at their job. In fact all the GP's in my practice are very good, as were the retired now ones.
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    talking with a friend who is a gp in a very large practice with a good number of partners . they have just handed in notice to the nhs and are resigning their practice on mass . its very worrying as we need more GP`s . one was sadly killed a few nights ago on a bike here

    they are under incredible stress and not many want to join their ranks

    this makes interesting reading

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    Quote Originally Posted by hifinutt View Post
    talking with a friend who is a gp in a very large practice with a good number of partners . they have just handed in notice to the nhs and are resigning their practice on mass . its very worrying as we need more GP`s . one was sadly killed a few nights ago on a bike here

    they are under incredible stress and not many want to join their ranks

    this makes interesting reading

    http://www.cqc.org.uk/publications/m...tice-2014-2017
    not really doing their patients any good. what happened to duty
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    I dont use any medication , hate the stuff , I did and have for the last few years had the flu jab , Thats it

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    Quote Originally Posted by hifinutt View Post
    talking with a friend who is a gp in a very large practice with a good number of partners . they have just handed in notice to the nhs and are resigning their practice on mass . its very worrying as we need more GP`s . one was sadly killed a few nights ago on a bike here

    they are under incredible stress and not many want to join their ranks

    this makes interesting reading

    http://www.cqc.org.uk/publications/m...tice-2014-2017
    At the end of our inspection programme of GP practices:
    4% were rated outstanding, 86% were good, 8% were requires improvement and 2% were inadequate overall
    82% of practices that were first rated as requires improvement or inadequate improved their rating following their most recent inspection


    Doesn't sound like there us a problem to me, 90% of practices are good or outstanding.

    As for stress, no doubt they thought they were going to pick up their hundred grand a year for doing next to nothing? Must have been a terrible experience when they first took a look in the waiting room and saw all those sick people requiring their attention. I don't think my old GP found the job stressful but then having been in Burma with the japs shooting at him from the bushes he probably had some perspective.
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    Quote Originally Posted by struth View Post
    not really doing their patients any good. what happened to duty
    I guess they got worn out by all the demands on them , I doubt they did it lightly . this chap is a very dedicated guy
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