GPs in the UK: share your views on increased face-to-face appointments

A new government and NHS action plan will see GPs given £250m to improve their services but only if they increase the number of patients being seen face-to-face.

The proposal has come under criticism from some who believe it is not enough and yet more targets will only drive people out of the profession.

Are you a GP? What do you think of the proposals? Do you think this extra money linked to face-to-face appointments will help both patients and GPs? As a GP how do you think services could be improved?

Share your views

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