Do not resuscitate: How the National Association of General Practitioners fell apart
Alleged inappropriate spending, unvouched expenses and dysfunctional governance. The confidential reports and real story behind yet another fall from grace of a GP representative body
An explosive story surfaced about the country’s leading medical union, the Irish Medical Organisation (IMO), in 2013.
There was lavish spending, a private jet and first class flights. The IMO’s former chief executive George McNeice had, somehow, negotiated a pension entitlement that was worth an estimated €20 million (later reduced to about €9.7 million).
The turmoil engulfing the IMO resulted in the rebirth of the National Association of General Practitioners (NAGP), a rival group where disappointed...
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