Sometimes journalists “stumble” across stories of earth shattering significance. Remember Watergate? Here is another one of equal importance.
This has generated a huge amount of discussion/debate but once again some journalists have missed this one – by years. Some of the discussions have led to some suggestions like increase the availability of GPs.
The solutions are all are so simple that even someone who works for the current repository of all those in the bottom third of a Northernshire comprehensive school NHS England is starting to realize this might not be as simple as Mr. Hunt “thinks”.
Some more thoughts are to be found here on this subject. We would suggest you read this one before complaining you can’t see a doctor in the UK.
Now any GP who reads their post might receive letters from their local A&E departments and some of these letters might include how many times a patient attends A&E in a given year. Occasionally the GPs, or perhaps their staff, might even know who some of these patients are and perhaps even discuss with these patients why they keep going up to A&E, or ring the surgery more than 10 times a day or request visits each day or every night.
Some of these patients even request home visits after going to A&E the night before and after they have just been to surgery the morning after.
Because NHS patients in the UK where care is free at the point of abuse:
2) get it for free
3) get their NHS Choice as approved by all politicians from the Tripartite NHS alliance
4) there is no sanction against misuse of the NHS. You only lose your NHS “Party” medical card when you die.
So under the current framework what can anyone do?
But hang on comrades remember the earlier Telegraph article saying we had less doctors than certain states that the BBC have been saying for weeks and months will be flooding the UK with immigrants? Why not do a swap?
After all there is free movement of labour and goods within the European Union why not add freedom of movement of patients? Perhaps create a European health market for patients?
Ambulances are after all free to patients to go to A&E however many times they call them. Perhaps the BBC’s stance on immigration hysteria could use this to solve both problems at once? Can you think of how the EU market and all xenophobic politicians could use this as a Party catch phrase?
Workers for wasters.
Hold the front page get me a Hunt on the phone this is an exclusive breaking story that will solve everything like 7 day a week working . . .
And the lack of staff and funds . . .
Praise to the Party for creating the BBC to tell GPs what we have known for years. What will Mr. Hunt do or say next in response to this new information? More Qrapping anyone but we’ve done that one before and to death and it worked so well?
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