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RCGP Wales urges Government to give 11% of NHS budget to general practice

Thursday 6th December 2018

RCGP Wales has urged the Welsh Government to allocate a larger proportion of the NHS budget to general practice.
 
The college’s calls come after the findings of a recent RCGP workforce survey, presented in Transforming general practice: building a profession fit for the future report, found that 42% of GPs believe it is financially unsustainable to run a practice and 82% blame this on insufficient funding.
 
RCGP Wales put the suggestion forward on 4...

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