Being a good GP doesn't mean being one 24/7

I have a problem that every doctor wants, until they have it. I am now booked out almost two weeks in advance.

Time off

Yes, you can start with the “Poor Rob” sobs and “He should be glad that he is so lucky” chants now.

And I am lucky.

But that’s not the point of my article — so hold fire until the end if you so choose.

Increasingly, we GPs wax lyrical about the value of patients having one main GP, as this is better for their long-term healthcare.

And I couldn’t agree more. I’m a strong advocate of