Poll: Is seven-day general practice achievable by 2020?

With GP leaders urging the government to abandon plans for seven-day general practice, can David Cameron's government still achieve its election pledge?

GP practices: Conservatives plan seven-day access to GPs (Photo: Geoff Franklin)
GP practices: Conservatives plan seven-day access to GPs (Photo: Geoff Franklin)

GPC chairman Dr Chaand Nagpaul warned in his opening speech to the 2015 LMCs conference that the government would 'fail dismally' to hit its 5,000 GP recruitment target.

The GPC chairman urged ministers to drop plans for seven-day general practice, but the Conservative government is committed to ensuring 'everyone can see a GP seven days a week by 2020'. Vote now on whether this can be done.

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