Blair says: I'm really trying to help GPs

April 2002
Pulse;4/29/2002, Vol. 62 Issue 17, p1
Reports on the message addressed by Great Britain Prime Minister Tony Blair about supporting all general practitioners (GP) in the country. Remarks from Blair about the extra income for GP; Percentage of the budget for the Great Britain National Health Service that will be controlled by GP; Percentage of GP that do not trust the government to fund the contract, according to a 'Pulse' journal's survey; Description of Blair about GP; Commitment of the government to family doctors.


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