Prime minister must talk to angry GPs: AMA

The prime minister should dump planned changes to Medicare and talk to angry frontline GPs, the Australian Medical Association says.

This follows meetings of hundreds of GPs in Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide and Brisbane to express anger about being left out of proposed changes to the Medicare rebate.

"Doctors are extremely angry, frustrated and concerned at the raft of changes the government continually tries to enforce upon healthcare and medical practice in Australia," Dr Tony Bartone, AMA Victoria president, told reporters