Daily Mail - ‘Deadly toll of remote GPs’

Daily Mail - ‘Deadly toll of remote GPs’

Daily Mail – ‘Deadly toll of remote GPs’

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Daily Mail – ‘Deadly toll of remote GPs’ 

“Deadly toll of ‘remote’ GPs” is the headline on the front of the Daily Mail, which reports the comments of a coroner who says the lack of face-to-face appointments with family doctors is leading to deaths.

The paper reports the coroner’s claim that she has presided over five inquests in which patients could have had better care if they were seen in person.

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