CQC flags concern over GP access despite 2m face-to-face appointments last week

The CQC plans to 'follow up' concerns about access to face-to-face GP services, warning that remote care 'does not meet the needs' of all patients - despite practices in England delivering 2m appointments in person over the past week alone.

by Emma Bower and Nick Bostock
CQC chief inspector of primary care Dr Rosie Benneyworth (Photo: Pete Hill)
CQC chief inspector of primary care Dr Rosie Benneyworth (Photo: Pete Hill)

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