Fully-qualified GP workforce fell in past year as numbers of other staff rise

Latest figures show a drop in the full-time equivalent (FTE) fully-qualified GP workforce in the year to September 2019, while the number of non-GPs employed in general practice to provide patient care increased.

by Nick Bostock and Emma Bower
The number of fully-qualified GPs fell in the past year (Picture: SolStock/Getty Images)
The number of fully-qualified GPs fell in the past year (Picture: SolStock/Getty Images)

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