GPs in England ‘finding it increasingly hard to guarantee safe care’

Exclusive: UK’s top family doctor says medic shortage means GPs are unable to cope with demand

GPs in England are “finding it increasingly hard to guarantee safe care” for millions of patients as a shortage of medics means they are unable to cope with soaring demand, Britain’s top family doctor has warned.

Amid a debate over access to face-to-face appointments, Prof Martin Marshall, chair of the Royal College of GPs (RCGP), defended the growing use of remote consultations during the pandemic.

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