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Counties Practitioners Group Response to NHS plans

A document outlining the proposed changes to healthcare in Britain, published by The Counties Practitioners’ Group
When plans for the NHS were being proposed, some physicians believed that the plans were a direct threat to their livelihood. This document, issued by a group of doctors including physicians, outlines the key points of both the Governments White paper and the British Medical Associations plans. Neither seems to have impressed this particular set of doctors.
MS Number 2016/33

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Courtesy, Royal College of Physicians

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