Hundreds of family doctors have backed plans to leave the health service en masse over the “escalating crisis” faced by GPs, despite the announcement of new health reforms.
Yorkshire GP surgeries struggling to cope with demand
Growing pressure on health services has led to a "state of unease" in the medical profession, a leading regulator has warned.
LMCs draw up explosive 'plan B' to take GP practices outside the NHS
LMC leaders in England are looking at potentially taking GPs out of the NHS, which could even involve charging patients directly for some GP services, Pulse has learned.
GMC commits to 'light touch' regulation as it highlights intolerable pressure on doctors
There is a 'state of unease' in the medical profession that is at risk of affecting the health of doctors and patients and a 'light touch' approach to regulation is needed to help alleviate pressure, the GMC has said.