GPC chairman Dr Laurence Buckman said he thought the framework was a joke.
'It's baffling. I can hardly believe that we are having a rational discussion about bringing McDonald's into healthcare.
'It is the absolute antithesis of why people enter healthcare.'
Dr Buckman also questioned how the scheme could be piloted with just a few centres. 'What happens if you destroy a few practices and then decide it hasn't worked?'
Dr Charles Zuckerman, medical secretary at Birmingham LMC said: 'What's this got to do with medicine? This is a business model.'
Former Heart of Birmingham GP Dr Fay Wilson said: 'They are deprived areas, where GPs are being looked down upon. Some GPs can't afford the service charges in the new premises.'