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GP numbers continue to fall but the UK isn't unique in losing family doctors

By Andrew Lee, Professor of Public Health, University of Sheffield
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The 2019 Conservative manifesto promised to increase the UK’s GP numbers by 6,000 by 2024. That target will clearly not be met. In fact, the proportion of GPs working full time in England has fallen compared with last year, according to the latest figures from NHS Digital.

There were 26,706 permanent qualified GPs working in England in December…The Conversation

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