GP recruitment numbers rise slowly

GP full-time equivalent (FTE) numbers for England have risen slowly in the past quarter but doctors’ leaders have said the 1% rise is too little and too slow. | via OnMedica

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New data from NHS Digital published yesterday shows that the total GP full time equivalent (FTE) workforce in England was 34,242 as of 30 June, which was an increase of 321 (0.9%) from 33,921 in March.

The total GP headcount, as of the end of June, was 42,215, representing a rise of 324 (0.8%) from 41,891 in March.

These GP workforce statistics for England are compiled from the data supplied by approximately 7,500 GP practices across the country.

The BMA said the rises were worryingly small, showing an increase of barely 1%.

Full story at OnMedica

Related: Renewed drive to recruit overseas GPs to UK

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