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Pros and cons of becoming a practice manager partner

February 4, 2016, by in Partners

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Would you be a partner in time?

While there are horror stories about PMs becoming partners in a practice and subsequently losing everything as relationships turned sour and the ‘business’ imploded, many in this business are questioning whether now is the time to make the jump from salaried manager to managing partner. So what are the pros and cons when considering an

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GPs move to resignation letters

February 1, 2016, by in News

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GPs move to resignation letters

Mass resignation of GPs has moved a step closer after professional leaders warned that patient safety is being compromised by the lack of staff and resources. At a special conference of Local Medical Committees (LMC), delegates voted overwhelmingly to carry a motion that said the General Practitioners Committee (GPC) should canvass GPs over submitting undated

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Tips to help you recruit a GP

January 28, 2016, by in GPs, Recruitment

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Tips to help you recruit a GP

The GP shortage that pretty much all practice managers will have experienced in some form or another during their careers has been described as the “biggest challenge facing the NHS since its formation”. As there’s no miracle cure out there and no one person can fix the problem overnight, when a practice needs to recruit

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There’s no such thing as a free lunch

May 19, 2015, by in Locums

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In the 19th century there was a practice in American bars of enticing customers by offering a “free lunch“. The customer would need to buy just one drink to qualify for his “free lunch” but the food tended to be cheap and highly salted  …  so the customer would go on to spend more money

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