GPs vote to change guidelines on rural allowances

GPs vote to change guidelines on rural allowances
GPs may be able to avail of annual financial supports for rural practices Picture: iStock

The decline of rural GP practices has become an election issue

Doctors have voted in favour of proposals that would allow more GPs to avail of annual financial supports for rural practices.

The decline of rural GP practices has become an election issue with two GPs standing for election under the No Doctor, No Village campaign.

The National Association of General Practitioners (NAGP), which claims over 1,200 GPs, held a recent ballot on the proposals to amend current guidelines on the scheme. It is unclear whether...

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