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.
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 continuity of care,