An organisation that represented 2,000 GPs imploded last May amid serious allegations of dysfunctional governance and unorthodox financial arrangements involving its chief executive Chris Goodey.
The group, called the National Association of General Practitioners (NAGP), went into liquidation leaving about €400,000 in debts. It blamed the government, adverse publicity and a “fabricated report” into its governance and finances.
The NAGP’s council had deserted the organisation just weeks earlier, citing serious concerns over its governance...
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