November 12, 2021

GP demand

When PCNs were introduced two and a half years ago, part of the reason for having them was to try and stop primary care from falling over: to try and reduce the gap in numbers of GPs, practice nurses, etc, coming through the system. One of the primary goals was to support and strengthen general practice.

From my experience in our PCN, we’ve been very fortunate in recruiting and we’ve managed each year to maximise our ARRS recruitment with very little under spend leftover.

Read more – Management in Practice (5/11/21)

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