GPs are threatening to go on strike. They want a 30% pay rise, a three day week – working nine to five with a one hour lunch break. That’s a 21 hour week.
But for years now many GPs have been refusing to see patients at all – staying at home and only speaking to patients on the phone or via computer.
The vast majority of GPs already refuse to visit patients in their homes (they claim it’s a waste of their valuable time) and they won’t see patients outside their working hours. There is no service at night, at weekends or on bank holidays.
Unbelievably, GPs claim that…
Some of the posts we share are controversial and we do not necessarily agree with them in the whole extend. Sometimes we agree with the content or part of it but we do not agree with the narration or language. Nevertheless we find them somehow interesting, valuable and/or informative or we share them, because we strongly believe in freedom of speech, free press and journalism. We strongly encourage you to have a critical approach to all the content, do your own research and analysis to build your own opinion.
We would be glad to have your feedback.
Source: Dr Vernon Coleman - MB ChB DSc Read the original article here: https://vernoncoleman.org/