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National Health Summit: country's GPs call for patients to made a priority

Treatment should be delivered within the community, says spokesman

18th February, 2016
Chris Goodey, chief executive of the NAGP

The next government must change the way health services are delivered, the boss of one of the country's biggest GP unions has warned.

Chief executive officer of the National Association of General Practitioners (NAGP), Chris Goodey, said: "We need to have patient put at the centre, we need to provide a patient centred integrated care system.

"This means that patients need to have their health delivered within the community. We need a GP-led primary care...

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