The shift has happened because there have been improvements in the number of full-time equivalent GPs in England in all PCTs.
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Nearly two-thirds of deprived PCTs (37 of 61) were more than 10 per cent below the England average level for the number of full-time-equivalent GPs per 100,000 weighted population in September 2005, according to the DoH.
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