Primary care premises: joint letter to the Prime Minister: FDA, BMA, RCGP
Tuesday 6th August, 2019 NHS
On 5th August, the national organisations representing and supporting primary healthcare staff and those repesenting patients, sent a a joint letter to the Prime Minister outlining concerns about primary care premises funding and capacity.
National Chairman of the Family Doctor Association, Dr Peter Swinyard, was co-signatory alongside Dr Richard Vautrey of the General Practitioners’ Committee at the BMA, and other GP leaders.
A survey by the British Medical Association (BMA), showed that only half of practices considered
their premises to be fit for present needs, falling to just over 2 in 10 practices when asked if they
thought their premises were fit for the future.
Read the full letter here: Joint primary care letter to Boris Johnson_