Tuesday September 22, 2020

IMO rival sees membership soar after McNeice revelations

The National Association of General Practitioners is claiming more than 680 GPs as members, and is now on target to have the 1,000 members it needs to register as a union.

Susan Mitchell

Deputy Editor and Health Editor

@susmitchellsbp
13th July, 2013

The National Association of General Practitioners is now claiming more than 680 GPs as members, and is now on target to have the 1,000 members it needs to register as a union by this September, its chief executive has said.

The association, which was dormant for a number of years, was relaunched soon after details of the salary and €9.7 million pension pot of Irish Medical Organisation (IMO) chief executive George McNeice emerged.

Chris Goodey, chief executive...

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